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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: October 5, 1917
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00823
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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,STATE LIVESTOCK BOARD TO .. MOTOR CLUB MEETING I COUNTY :COMMISSIONERS ;I


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MAKE WAR ON CATTLE TICK There will be an important meeting of the Kis.immee RECEIVE BIDS FOR MORE BRICK :;

Motor Club Friday evening, the 5th of October at 7:00 p.

m., to be held in the City Hall. All members are requestedto
AND HOG CHOL RA.--RULES : members '" ROADS AT NEXT MEETING
be, present and urge all.other to attend. as it is d

necessary that 'the organization be perfected on this date. '
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\, THE STATE LIVE STOCK BOARD T T THOUSAND DOLLARS APPROPRIATED '' 1

' . HAS ADOPTED THE ,FOLLOW- ,I LEADING DUROC-JERSEY CITY, COUNCIL HOLDS FLORIDA PRESBYTERYHERE CITY ASSESSMENT OVER COUNTY "FAIR-WHIT.

ING RULES AND REGULATIONS TIER ROAD RECEIVES ATTENTION

TO RID FLORIDA OF THE TICK.!RAISER, '.PLEASED, WITH MONTHLY'SESSION OCTOBER 9-11 $2,500,000, ; MILLAGE -NO APPROPRIATION TO

FEVER AND HOG, CHOLERA. -' ERADICATE CATTLE TICKS.

THIS SECTION FOR HOGS REDUCED TO FOURTEENAt
The October meeting of the city Docket for' meeting of Presbyteryof" : :"

Rules and regulations adopted by council was featured by many items Florida at Kissimmee, October -' At, the regular meeting of the

the state live stock sanitary board of business though little headwaywas 9-11-191T., County Commissioners on Monday, 3,
it, McPherson and Bobby Page an adioured meeting of the
for the campaign to be launched at represented made.. Tuesday Evening I City Council Thursday evening, Tax M. Willson, Jr.,\ appeared before' the
once to rid the state of tick fever and, Osceola county at the State Mayor J. S. Cadel presented an ordinance 8:30: _Opening sermon. Communion Assessor A. E. Thomas turned in a board and stated that he had taken up'
have.beenannounced in 'Livestock Round-up at Gainesville regulating the care of foods, administered by the moderator, the 'full of the. taxable his
"? bu1P;;.Cb I9J ipE Rev. K. P. ,Ketcham D. D. of Rock. report propertyof the matter of cutting of cypress
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a. circular lJjsuei1 b y"nmriod-.r"w-lucW it3Eivdll ruhai'a.tiLr: cl'I1R1'.AA.A;;iR: !a.!! 'tgriLt, .1tt gtl: bles! _and meats offered ,IcdgeijiBBia the city assessed at ,520,787. tlmoer' for: ,the new road across thi .,
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:.is follows: "The' Feeding and MakIng for sale. Dr.-Yo,; : ; .TVetealigiires ..
as a paper on rthe.'lItat I b. : ;LwereDriven.bythe ..
> of Moore 1iavven" Wltnirroll. : i leke! :
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"The state live stock sanitary of Ensilage.:' board of health, on a recent visit here property owners themselves.: The" ; ;thst.t""q"
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Electing clerk. Ad.
board is giving special attention to requested that such an ordinance' be temporary council made up a budget for the the Council was of the opinion ." ,
of the cattle tick end con. On their return home they were accompanied journment. the city owed him nothing for the'
dedication placed on the books, though he said ensuing year and fixed the rate at 14
trol of hog) cholera in this state. by Jim.-McKee of McKee, practically\ every merchant here was Wednesday Morning mills. This shows a'reduction of 7 cut timber. The question then arose ',''
"It has adopted rules and regulations I Bros., who have a Targe, hog 'ranch in' already observing' these .sanitary pre 8:30: -Devotional services mills from the! millage of last year. as to which body the superintendentof
protecting the counties of I IMonroe1 where in cautions. The enforcement of this 9-Calling roll. Reading minutes. roads represented when he cut the
Kentucky they-specialize
Dade, Broward, and that :I ordinance, in every instance would, I Receiving new members. Presenting City Tai"A;sessors Report timber and used"it for that part of the
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< Palm 'Beach south of the | pedigreed Duroc-Jersey' hogs. The he said, place Kissimmee up to date in communications. 1917 Increase road within the city limits' As no .
Hillsboro canal against the introduction McKee Bros. are reputed to ,be the her health campaign. The councilmen 9:30: -Shall we ask for a division of Real estate ____$1,840,945 $75,100 one appeared to be able to solve this
of tick-infested cattele. largest raisers of Duroc-Jerseys in waived the regular order of business Presbytery and constitution. of a I'ersqnal ___n__ 609,050 26,600 problem it was referred to the Board')
"Splenetic, or tick fever is recog ,. the United States, and some years ago and by their'unanimous vote the new Synod. R. R. 'and Teleg'h 70,792 4,934 attorney, J, S. Cadet for an opinion.J. .
nized as a communicable disease ofcattle. caused a sensation in the hog businessby ordinance became a law. 10-Ministerial Relief and Susten- M. Lee stated to the Board that
; paying $5,000 for a single boar, D. W. W. Carson, chairman of the tation. Report of committee and discussion Total _.>_______$2,520,787 $106,643 portions of the Whittier road were in!
"Cattle orginating in the guaranteed the famous "Defender" whose picture light and water committee, made a Dr. B. B. Bigler, chairman. very bad shape; in fact that it was
area of the southern states on i I was published in a'number of the leading motion to advance the salaries of the 10:30-Election of stated clerk. This estimate. is made without practically Impassable to ordinary ,
account of tick fever must be certified livestock journal engineers and firemen in the employof 10:45: -Luther and the Reformation. counting churches, schools, lodges, travel' for forty or fifty miles. In his tai
to bu free front ticks before being -.- Mr. McKee spent Friday night t.nd the city 10 per cent: and to charge Address by Rev. G. W. Rexford. city or county, property or United opinion this was due to the use of
shipped into this .state for any Saturday with Mr. McPherson at them the regular' rate, for water servo 11:30: -The Church in this war- States postoffice site.METHODIST . heavy trucks, and that the people of
purpose. Edgewater Farm and was enthusiastic ice, '-, his will take the last kink out time. Address by Dr. B. B. Bigler.. that part of the county appeared to
"' "Cattle of counties in which sys- over the possibilities for hog raising of the tight and water situation." hdsa'd 12-Recess for dinner. have no protection from the consequences t
tematic tick eradication has not been in this section. He stated that he the motion was supported, :i8wn Wednesday Afternoon OFFICIALS of this heavy travel. He did $
established may be allowed to pasnrd had seen no section in the South also a motion, to rniiu the salary 1:30-Foreign missions. Report of I I not wish to insist upon anything beyond
over the county lines into coun- where conditions were as good for (.f the i..ght marshal to $B5! per committee and discussion, Rev. II. G. their rights but it there was
ties in which systematic tick eradica- producing good hogs at a minimumcost nionln, beginning with September. Denison, chairman. FOR ENSUING YEARA anything illegal in this cutting up of
tion is established provided that. such I and predicted large things in A ('c.mnnonjeatiolrelative to lower, 2-Reports of commissioners to the the road he wished the Board to have
cattle are being dipped regularly this line for Osceola county in the ing the insurance rates by adding tithe general assembly: it stopped and to give some'assur
every fourteen days in their own coun- near future. efficiency of the Kissimmee fire 2:15-ln Memoriam for Drs. Comp- ance that the road would be improved.The .
ty or counties) under the supervisionof Mr. McPherson haa arranged department, was read and received its ton Waldo and Webb.2:45Revision very favorable report of the matter being referred to the
a commissioned live stock inspector trade his flock of sheep with the Mc- full share of attention but was tabled of standing committees year's work of the Methodist Church county attorney he stated that legal r
employed on behalf of and whose Kee Bros. for pedigreed Duroc hogs, for fuller information. was read at the fourth quarterly,con'- notice would have to be; published
., alary shall be paid by such coun es. and will make a trip to Kentucky to W. H. Jones, representing the Kls- 3-Sunday school work. Report of I ference which was held Sunday even- warning all persons using heavy loadson
The inspector shall work) under )t e personally, select, the hogs. .lie" already simmee Ice & Cold Storage Company committee and addresses including ing by Presiding Elder Smith Harden public roads that they will be com-
direction of the board. I has one boar that he purchased asked to be allowed to erect a smallframe one by Superintendent; P. E. Green of Rev. C. H. Summers, pastor of the pelled under the law to keep such por-
"All animals brought into the state from this ranch, and which is a grandson and screen room on the frontof Alabama. church; Prof. H. M. Evans superintendent tions of roads used by them in good
must be certified by 'the proper official of the famous "Defender," the plant. This would be used as 4:15-Business.: Recess.Wednesday of the Sunday School; Mrs.J. condition and repair, or pay a fine. He
, I at point of shipment, to be free Mr. McKee complimented Mr. McPherson a ,cooling room for meats and as a L. pverstreet, president of the was therefore instructed to draw such
from infectious, contagious or com> ) on his scientific cement hog workroom. The temperature of the I Evening Missionary Society; Miss Elon Guice,. a notice' and have it published. The .,
municable diseases; except that wallows and movable hog-houses at cold storage room proper will not permit 7:Devotional and song service. president of the Senior League; Miss Board.Instructed A. F. Bass and L. R.
branded range cattle are exemptedfrom Edgewater Farms, and stated that he I of the workmen operating there, 7j30: .:-Address on "Our PresbYter Abberta Hopson president of the Farmer to superintend such work as'
the tuberculin test. is making the right preparation to and this room would prove a great ian Responsibility." by: Rev. C. II. Girls of Epwortb, and Miss Gertrude was necessary to put the road in repair -,
"Horses and mules must be certified 1 succeed in growing fine hogs. convenience to the industry. The dif French, D.D., LL.D., president of McKay, president of the Junior ? j.,
by proper officials of the state ficulty in the situation,lay in the fact Rollins College.Address League, each reported the activities A committee consisting of C. A.
in which they originate as being free that the room would be built on the on "The Resources of our of their departments.. D. G. Wagner Carson, H. C. Stanford, E. L. Lesley,
from,, glanders ; and other infectious COUNTY FAIR ASSURED street, as the platform which would Churches" for) Meeting this Responsi reviewed the finances of the church; A. E. Thomas and S. L. Lupfer, and
,.r 'and contagious ,disease before, being serve as floor is where a sidewalk. bility, by the Rev. J. T. W. Stewart which on the whole were encourag representing the Osceola County Fair
admitted to,,riorldate: /' ' of.St;., Cloud. AdJournment.. ing. ,, ' . Association the
\ 4tf' 1r! would t be, laid, though Mr, Jones requested Board,
"Iloge$musti beffcertined 8s fretfromcholeraiand D/JE/ ;j NOT, YETF FIXED pointed out the} fact that no one used '',',',I, ',."'\"<',Thursday:;Morningy;.' >>jij\1:j :/j;;', I IIk'v. fV z Every q! department. 'seems well ''or through Mf. Carson, for donation of.
fas Bhayinf0| had the-walk,as,such. [!Furthermore;' he fuj 8:30:: Devotional services./fe'4vS; \ ganizediand.3ngood working ; order, $1,000 out of the publicity fund for
"serum1 treatment before' beingiadmit '''''9', said.\\!the' .compani''guaranteed I to remove a) Election ofiofficerslpfltheJPresj j with|bright proepects'for lJh4l..coming the forthcoming fair. Mr. Carson
ted to the state, except for immediate 1 the room at a day's notice at byterial Corporation. "Vr'w' **. year , rr'e, exlressed'the, thanks of the Association
slaughter. That Osceola county will hold 'a fair any time the council requested such 9:15: _Report on Evangelism. Officers were elected to take their to the county for the help af
"No hogs shall move horn public this winter is now an assured fact. action. The'permit was granted. 9:30-Rollins College. Report of places after the annual conference, forded them last year in work and
stock yards except that t they be Other counties are giving up similar The Kissimmee dogs were the cen committee and discussion, Rev. J. T. some time in December. These arc:. lumber, and stated that' the financial
treated with serum to prevent the projects on account of war conditions ter of attraction for the remainder ofa W. Stewart, chairman. Board of Trustees-. M. Lee, J. position of the association with this
spread of cholera) ; except that they but the citizens of this community prolonged session, and'the proposed 10-Report on Vacancy and Sup McPhatter, J. Wade Tucker, E. L appropriation would be much stronger
move to recognized points for immediate consider it n patriotic duty to continue tax ordinance was generally discussed I ply, Rev. R. W. Edwards, chairman. Lesley, W. C. Bass, J. R. Gilbert, II, than it was at the beginning of theyear.
slaughter. every line of activity and keep busi- It was! the desire of the council to re 10:30:: -Home Missions. Report of i]II N. Bratton and Col.! Lewis O'Bryan. | E. L. D, Overstreet made a
"Sheep and goats must be fn'efrom o ness in its normal channel. duce the .number of worthless curs .1 committee* and pastor-evangelist, and >I Board of Stewards: J. M. Lee, JI\ |I motion granting the request which
scabies and if exposed in public The exact date has not been running at large about the city, but. discussion. McPhatter, J. Wade Tucker, I). G.1 i i motion was seconded by A. F. Bass,
t yards must be dipped for this 'disease decided upon ns yjet though it will bei there seemed to be a difference of 11:13: -Miscellaneous business. Wagner )V. L. Paulk, W. Ii. Harris and passed. '
! and. so certified. i sometime in February to harmonise I opinion as to how this should be done, 11:45: -Calling roll and reading G. W. Persons, C. W. Griffin, R. \. I In the afternoon session the Board
' "Biological product, such as ser with the Jacksonville and Orlando and! as 'the council was hopelessly da- minutes prepaiatroy to final adjoilrn-' Evans, G. I 1)'. Boone J. L. Overstreet, : took up'the matter of the proposed
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t um, virus, vaccine, or other such agencies fairs /do we may be included in the vises! l at the close of lengthy discussion ment. H. S. Stanford and M. M. Miller. 1800 feet of hard-surfaced road to ba 4
used or manufactured must be racing'T-ircuit.: I the mater was temporarily Sunday, School Superintendent: J, put down at I'eghorn and agreed to
I under control of, and their use reported The time this yenr will\] be extended I dropped. NO LAID L L. Overstrect. meet on the 13th to receive contrac
EMBARGO
. to the board. ,This Includes to a five-day event in place of '.he c City Tax Assessor A .E. Thomas reported -, TO BE ..;:\ Advisory, Board for the Sunday tors' bids. ,
I the. manufacture and application of threes days of last season. I that his books would be ready' ON FLORIDA PERISHABLE$I 1 School :: A. W. GuBtus, C. W. Griffin The Board also'took up the matterof
hog cholera serum and virus. and Mrs. J, Wade two miles of
The recent appropriation of forJnspcctian any time after Wednes Tucker. hard surfaced road in
"All persons, firms or corporations, '$1000 by the County Commissioners, day and an adjourned meeting was the Shingle Creek district. This being -
I and transportation companies must was supplemented: lest night at an adjournerf appointed for Thursday night to fix JACKSONVILLE, I fa.. Oct. 3.- '''FISHERMEN HOMESTEAD STORM Commissioner Overstreet's dis
use due diligence in receiving and meeting of the City Council, | the millage\ for 1917 taxes. Emphatic denial of any intention on I trict, he said that the road was needed
transporting live stock with a toe w by $500./ This. will make the fair association Just at the ''close of the mooting a the part .f government officials to lay I ISLAND AND LEMON POINT I between Thompson's Hill, and
of avoiding exposure to infection ,, bill an embargo on Florida perishable I runniru' to a point within
safe on the financial side of was presented for $500 to be paid I about one i
I whether they are destined to points the project. I to( C. Buckles to cover his alleged )Josa fruits and vegetables is made in telegram Lands on Storm Islam), and Lemon I mile of the city limits. One mile of
I j within or to points out of the state. I, A. E. Thomas, secretarytreasurerof ,I on the wood contract With the city for received this morning by Jefferson Point, in Lake Kissimmee were hard surfaced road was also decided
I "Public stock yards are defined as the fair association, has been elect last year on the /grounds that the Thomas, of the Thonus Advertising recently opened for homestead entry I I upon to run from the terminal of the
;, stock yards where trading in livestock ed manager, who will work jointly) city had extended its wires beyond Service, from the Washington by the government and a thriving ,. brick road west of the St. Clnud,C"nal
is carried on, where. yarding, with the president, S. L, Lupfer, in the city limits and furnished current representative of that fijm.; colony is already being established over Libhy's Hill and the Fish Lake
' feeding and watering facilities are making the 1918 fair surpass the unqualified for the County Fair. This action was! The rumor that has spread over the there. I marsh road. All of these roads will
provided by stock yards, transportation state in the past 48 hours to the .ef On be. nine feet
success of last year's meet opposed by Dr. W. W. Carson, who Storm Island applications for' including the curb.
or simijar companies and wheremunicipal ,ling. said Mr. Buckles had the privilege of fect that the interstate commerce homesteads have been mnde by W. T.I I A. E. Drought appeared again. be.. '
state or federal inspection throwing UD, th,.. rnnt.i-nnf. at nu *;_- commission intended to lay such em Harwell\ Kb; Wood. Eddie; Woods, Olie I fore the Board about the damage done
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r--. is maintained for the inspection. of livestock REPORT: OF COUNTY AGENT he found he was losing.t-v money tune that bargo, has caused no little concern Hunt and Fred Hnnsell. while C. B. : to his muck soil and fence which were
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for Infectious' ; contagious-and 1 : I he among the citrus fruits and vegetableIrowers..8.Reports Hansel burned out
had set his own price for the wood has settled on Lemon Point during the recent road! 'I'
; communicable diseases. I FOR THE MONTH OF SEPT.. and that the city would be establish from-various sections . There Junda are aidtobe excep-, building operations across the lake. I
"The carcasses\ of all\ animals which I ing a dangerous precedent Ip passing indicate that speculators have tionaljy good far trucking and general "Commissioner"-Overstreet had lately; u "
;. have died from infectious, contagiousr : Summary of work accomplished such a bill. However .Councilmen t been taking advantage of the alleged c farming, and the homesteaders have been over' the ground with Mr.: ,,'.
or communicable disease must bo : county ,agent during the month ending Haley, Thomas and I3ass'stood pat embargo prospect in persuadinggrowers already gone to work clearing land Drought, but he suggested that as then ' ,
;'i( properly disposed. of by burning or I September 29th, 1917: and the bill was allowed. to sell their crops at less and preparing to build homes. 1 territory was included in Commission ".."
burying."It Number of consultations at home I than: the real value.Immediately the meantime these sturdy pioneers er Milliard's district, he thought that
is made the duty of all practicing and office ____________________110 USING COUNTY PAPERS the matter was called find it profit-.ble to devote their he should go over the ground also
veterinarians and all other per- Number of letters writtenuu BRING TO to the attention of Mr. Thomas, by spare moments to catching and ship this was agreed upon Mr. Drought '
sons to report the, appearance of Number of, bulletins distributed_ 93: SETTLERS II some of his clients in South Florida, ping catfish, with which to help feed does. not ask Monetary: compensation, i
infectious, contagious or communicable Number of..demonstrators visited 27 -- he got in touch with his Washington the nction during Uhcsd strenuoud/ tut only' wishes the inn put into far; x
disease appearing under their Numberof, ,.farmers visited__--.- 19 ola Th6 County Commissioners of Osce i representative, giving the latter instructions times shape! (\p-ain and the fenre 't.rit t. a, +
, observation. Number of boy club members vis- county at their September meet I to run the matter to the A letter was read from the State
'".' "All rules and regulations adoptedby ited _______________________ 6 ing subscribed for 400 copies of each ground and find out the Actual facts. SMALL FIRE OF SATURDAY Road Repartment in which the Board
the board are based on experience Number of dipping vats tested___ 6 of the two county papers, the Kissim 'I The telegram received in response to was invited to meet with them I in n lR
of other states in dealing with livestock Number of hogs treated for cholera mee Valley Gazette and the St. Cloud these instructions reads as follows: NIGHT DESTROYS BARN Tallahassee in the near future. ;
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sanitary matters. Officers com- 23 months. en authority .A 1. 1.for..,. /> \ H.uni iu.-. ..L'.>>i",*>n-cre iwo.1.
missioned by the board are held ac- Number of meetings attended____ 2 I These papers are to be sent to pros- commerce commission'and Kissimmee has been exceptionally Road Association was read in which
countable for proper execution of the I, Number in attendance at meetings 25 pective homeseekers in northern and I Food Commissioner Hoover any intention free from fires for several months the Association expressed an intense
rules and regulations. Number of miles traveled562Made western states, and they will tell the to lay embargo on shipment but her citizens were awakened, Sat desire to connect with the Osceola s
"Complete copies of the)! law and a trip to Kenansville and truthful story of that county's prog- Florida perishables. James II. Col- urday about midnight by the siren. county road system up at tho eastern
'a. rules and regulations ,adopted by the Whittier to make final arrangementsfor ress from week to week as no other lins, of Hoover's office, now drafting The two blasts told of its location border of the county.
sboard. may be secured free of charge financing boys' pig club in that class of advertising could. Osceola statement covering situation to be somewhere in North Kissimmee and r
,'Qt by applying to the state live stock section of the county. county has tried this method before approved later in day by officials of the glare indicated that the blaze TRACTOR DEMONSTRATION
k ( _sanitary board, Tallahassee, Florida." Gave two demonstrations for lavIng with excellent success as is attested the commission and by 'Mr. Hoover." : was well under way. When the fire -
.I . corn and stored grain from wee by .the fact that many new settlers department arrived on the scene they A demonstration of modern farm .
A LAYMEN'S MEETING vil attacks by use of carbon disul- have, been"attracted to that progressive It will not be very long until those I found the large barn on the Capt. S. ing will be given Saturday when ,3. }
c phide. county. Speaking of the action folks down at Kissimmee will be A. Buck property on Vine street en- YI King will show whets tractor attached
M, Re.- C. H. Summers will conduct Sent'' sample of fertilizers to state of the Osceola board relative to this boasting' of the completion of the veloped in flames. The building was to: an ordinary Ford car 'wilt
the men's meeting at the Methodist chemists in order to determine if con matter, the Times-Union says: missing twelve miles of brick paying I old and burned rapidly but the boys do. The Smith Forn>-a-tractor, which .jwill
Sunday school rooms next Sunday afternoon tents was as represented. Osceola county has a live, progressive between that city and Lakeland. carried out two very good launches be used in the demonstration
J at S o'clock. A full attendance Ordered a colony. of Australian Board of County Commissioners. Bonds to the amount of $100,000 have and a trailer which was alt of value It attached to the rear axle of tJI. .
is earnestly desired: lady beetles for control of cottony They have] subscribed for 400 copies been purchased by one of the local the barn contained, and they pre giving it over 13 times its normal '
cushion scale in a citrus grove. each of the Kissimmee Valley Gazette banks and work will now be pushed vented the spread of the flames to power and will puU two disk plow
'',. Lee County High meat prices are Arranged for monthly crop report and of the St. Cloud Tribune for a vigorously so as to have the road any other building. 22 Jnche in diameter and cutting '
,. causing 'farmers to pay more attention of bureau of crop estimates to be period of three months to be mailed open if possible before the new season 24 to 32 inches wide in ordinary soi .
to hog raiting. The county agent received. here. to prospective..Jiomeseekers in Northern is well under way. That twelve Pasco County: Dairying I. getting Mr. King will put the tractor atwork
,: has orders tor several blooded:hogs Very truly yours. and Western states. Other coun miles will be the last barrier between good hold in this county,and there J on the W. H. Wilson farm at
'' ',>I..lalc h. hopes to be able to buy /
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That S't Cloud will have a new Evening services, 7 p. m.
to-date depot is evidenced by the following ,Kirs. E. D.. French of Ashton spent. Christian Endeavor, t tJ p..m, I Beauchamp were appointed! a committee

I communications received by Wednesday 'in our' city: -- Bible SchoOl l 9:30: a. m. from the Methodist Church to Investigate

(; City Clerk Kenney.remembered' that the. Mr. Wagner of Ashton, was. a St. Met September 29th, 2 p. m.. Calledto A one. scene musical dialogue and Prayer meeting,,Wednesday Pastor., 7 p. m. \ and ascertain when the city -.j\
It will be Rev. J. T. W Stewart, .
of Trade attempted for a number Cloud caller on Wednesday order by President Kenney, dance, etc.Opening. would be able to furnish lights and If '
Board '
of to bring pressure to Mr. John Andrist came back last Song, "America." song b)' "Canning, the METIIODjL they would have to wait until the new. ;
-
years LIVINGSTON: MISSION. "
Prayer by Chaplain Beauchamp. Kaiscr., : plant is in operation. They inquired
the Atlantic Coast Line to week after traveling i in the west.
t.., bear-upon brick depot. The depot : ,More music by the choir. Argument by Sam anjl) Hones. 1 T EPISCOPAL CHURCH j at the City Hall and were shown.ttl "

build a"-.new the Railroad Conynisssion Blacksmith.. Park Halljs still push. Reading of the journal of last meet. Music by the band-(Juadville, or correspondence with various coal >

was ordered and the by order set aside by the ing his ,work with hammer and tongs. lag and approved. some Latin or Greek name. Rev Hi: H. Boweh! pastor,: companies and are satisfied\ that th'e'''

Supreme Court The matter was )fr. i D.) C.'; Thompson'of' kissimmcc,' Unfinished business: None Piano solo by Mrs. Barber. and. Miss Sunday services\ :, \ administration has been doing every.

aKain taken up by the. Board of Trade, was a St. Claudbusinese( visitor, on New business: The secretary made I IIi Herrod. Sunday school. 9:30:: ) pt. 'm, thing possible to get coal, and were
after long unsuccessful fight .Wednesday: proposition that a journal of the i Jokesy' Sam and Bones. . Peaching, 10aO):: .a. .m..Junior assured that they might expect to
threw who, their a hands and 1 turned the proceedings of the association,, be I Miller f "Do) you know I rode '60; ) Epworth (League.! :3 p. m, I have lights: very soon, as a car. Wan'.
matter up to the City Council.! With Mrs. McEndreo( cam home last kept, and that the association pay for i miles an hour the other'day? Epworth League, (630p.::! m. loaded at Jacksonville on the 24th of

i, the able over assistance of City Attoney Thursday evening from, Ohio, where the .blank books. Comrade Brown, ; Violin solo, accompanied by .banjo ienerat; Class! ;Meeting, (I::30()"p. m. September, but had to be sent to the .

V. B. Cawford'. they.\ made a atisfac- she has been on account of illness. secretary, stated he never had a book and bones. Preaching! ? 7:00:: )p. m. shop for repairs. I

\ arrangement- with the Atlantic :Miss Stark! of Loughman, came in to keep the minutes in,' and several : Monologue by'' Sill Prayer ;Meeting Wednesday, 7 I p. m. The Logan Coal 1 & Supply Company

j ';-. tory Coast ,line I through General; Superntendent last week and" has been ,'Isiting11'! : reported that there were journals that Prof. Dingle, solo on flutino-so Official Board :Meeting) every first advised'\ the*city that the car i

; C .Murclmon, wherebythe and :Mrs. I.\:: Zin1l11d'man1 were kept by several secretaries. The :' stated on the program. Tuesday 7 p. m. would probably go forward last Friday
old depot will he ,used for freight secretary also stated that !tome one beappointcdjto Rrowny's dance after two banjoes. I Sunday School Board Meeting oc- as they were using their best efforts \
,. and a new brick passenger! :Miss Rose McCoy, front Kent Ohio, furnish the association or Jokes from Bones to Miller. ond Tuesday 7 p. -m. I to get the car forward and the ""

purposes lal erected forthwith: has accepted a position us clerk inZimmerman's secretary with the names of all past Music by the band. --Topte on the. W. K. :M, ,S., Ladies'! Aid and class railroad company promised to get.the
!> Ion store.'rfiHH'i" officers and lhaj they be, kept on recof Wabaith. work upon announcement.. car out Friday. ,.

-";....' ; "."" -u''J: { i'tt"ifff'-N: : llTB1TfFVTa31? ,;HTATKOF1 : -. ; .""Hi"..''II;"TIiiTI;-'-fM'iiii"-HHi;' iwm'jii u, Hy t.w.w.i14.Jr'hri..r: : "'I..m.'nt; .... ;;pIQIjP''' p iI!,, _\IW'' :.. ---. J-"hJ r ,>- -u II; ;:r..A -.- Afla. ;,atYGiP. l kttnaYata ;,;;w;ra, ;., .;

;, ." I'LClillA.M . was a Sfei Cloud IJusiness.cul1er on the organization of the association; ,. ing to ask some things. meetings.. received a wire that the'car left Jack-

Tallahassee, Be,t. 20, 1917. Tuesday. when and by whom and for what Pur I Song*by Bones. sonville\ yesterday and should arrive h. l
' Cloud at, I pose. : Music 1 for Brownie to dance-two ST. CI.() CHRISTIAN\ today. II f
St. Depot
: and Mrs W. J. Van Nalta I *"
Mr
President Kenney agreed that said '
banjoes. ,
Clerk and Auditor NEWS I ;
Mr.' Fred B. Kenney, I -
Cloud who have been Johnson City,.Tenn., journal should be kept. : Monologue by Bones. I
Cloud St.
of St. !, --
t -I ,' Fla.Hear,. City C' -, I for some timearrived here. :'fonday. The usual St. Cloud yell and the col. : 'Music by the band-Nellie Gray. The services of the church and Sun visits In New York and will returnto t

Sir: With further reference I The pastor and people of the Baptist lection came off, and as the types i Closing with "Home Sweet Home," day school are very well attended andgood St. Cloud about October 15th, 'f

to the above subject, beg to enclose Church will start a revival meet- made us say last week that we only and as all were worn out the association ; interest manifested, but we Contractor Chessman and wife of 11

herewith copy of letter from Mr. Mur- ing on Sunday next. got awhile.:'ic we shall hold up the report for closed informally and 'without should he never satisfied. We should Tampa 'are spending a few days, in ',;

rhison, slating that material hag been Mrs, Dorothy Jaqucs entertainedMr. Comrade W. L, Bonner; "come- the usual. Star Spangled A Banner.S. COLE be looking forward t to greater things/ St. Cloud on busines'. They will re ''l
ordered and that the railroad company and so we invite all who are not attending turn to in :
Tampa a day or two. .
and Mrs. J. W. Vreeland at tea backer outline f his vis'- I
gave an >> ; Assistant Secretary. '
i intend to build with their own forl"esas services at other places, to
: soon as possible. Sunday evening. up North;; that he saw very good i come. You'will do us good and we George Webb is moving from his '
crops and plenty of "tate patches former residence on Carolina Avenue :
1 Will kindly advise me when Mrs. Dale and Mrs. Nich will do vou good.
E.
you '
Henry NEW ,'oul'ETEHA'IIS': : MEET
the work .ia commenced, and if not ols spent Tuesday afternoon with everywhere. lie found Tennessee too f\:1\t'Lord.: : .. Day the morning service to a farm outside of the city limits, .,
w rough and liked it better in Ohio. The New York Veterans held their where he will endeavor to reduce the '
too much trouble, I would appreciate Mrs. J. O. Vreeland. I will he at the usual hour and the subject I'' II
a photograph of the bu&ling when' Comrade Hobson, a' visitor up regular meeting on Tuesday afternoon will be: "The Perfect Church" high cost of living. 11
t Editor Johnson of the Tribune North, told of his "haps and mishaps." in Oak Grove Park-with 55
pres- }
completed. I (continued )I. and the Endeavor: meeting Nurse Williams has returned from :
Yours truly seems to be quite chesty since the installation The president told something about ent. I will begin) at G m., the '
very p. an extended visit with friends in New ,j;
how
soldiers fared in Uncle
(Signed) LEWIS G. THOMPSON, of his new linotype.J. our Sam'sdrilling Opening song, "America. !ing service at 7 p. m. preach-I York She reports having had a very '1 1i
but is -
there difference
some After the business meeting the following -
Ir Secretary.. A. McCarthy has just completedthe camps in a drilling and the was given. will bring peace" will be-the evening i )pleasant time, but is glad to be back "f
I installation of the electric fixtures camp program subject.A : her friends in St ,Cloud.
trenches and among! many r'I
fighting we hope our Song, "Flag of the Free.
,
New -cordial 1 Invitation is extended
( Depot) 1 for. the Peterson Bros liarber to
) shop I '
Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 25,'1917. soldiers may never be called there. Heading by Mrs. Cranston. i al ll. I .. Bass spent a few hours in our
M Buildings: St. Cloud Depot I It is reported that Editor Johnsonis Leaders of the social; program were : Song!, "Underneath the Southern When you want information how'1 city last week looking after business

'Kail road Commission, State of Flor- about to join our most exclusive appointed: ,Tree," by Mrs. John Houston. often do you go to your Bible and see I interests. Attorney Bass is handling

y ida, (Attention Mr.: Thompson), i organization, the Lake Shore Club: J. W. Wood for the fourth Saturday Mrs. Williams gave an interestingtalk what God says about it. the business of our former townsman :,

Tallahassee Florida. I W. S. Alyea\ is spending a few daysin in October; Comrade Beauchamp I about her trip to New York. "s Are you prepared to diet t If not,'j, Judge Decker.Frank> ;t
for the first The second Song by' Mrs. DePew "On the
Saturday. .
Gentlemen : Replying to your letter llompsassa\ / looking after his. inter third the' Banks of the Wabash"Reading '.. why not? Christianity prepares a Gilbert has accepted a posi. I.W.
of the 22nd l in regard to the St. ests in that section. and/ Saturdays !secretary man to live us well as to die tion Melbourne with Mr. Wills, W __.'I-
failed to get their names, if they by Ella Cranston.
Cloud station matter I I. JENKINS, Pastor, is tract of land that
r We endeavored to make contractfor H is reported that the price of were appointed. It takes a shorthand The Whip-Poor-Will Song,. ,by Mr. clearing Mrs. a Gilbert left for near
Thanksgiving turkeys in.St.. Cloud writer to catch all. when presented ina and Mrs.' DePew. city. Tampa, 4
the .buildinj of this station, but where she will spend of \
couple
have boon unable to do so und have has Roal'eel l beyond the leach of most conglomerated way. Reading, "The Kaiser's Dream," by laughter, Mrs Ethel Portia, at her months with her sister. a .
decided to build it with of our citizens: Comrade J. L. Brown announced the Mrs. DePew.Song homo on Kentucky Avenue. jA j
d our own Ohio Association would meet second "Juanita," by Messrs. Lynch' postcard received from Mrs. 't
I :
,: forces the material
for which has Sam Brammcr is moving his store I Two new members, Mrs. Campbell
't"' Wednesday in October, 2 m. and DePew. Grace Cooper and daughter Elizabeth ..
been ordered and p. .
the work will be from the Mukinson building to his 'I and Mrs. C. L. Nott weer added to '
Several other One member added C. L. ,
rM done apomtments were new was states that they are having a fine"time
as soon ns possible. r own .un Pennsylvania avenue, which made, the dates of which will\ be obsolete N6tt/ who gave an interesting talk. the Christian Church on Sunday in the mountains and on' the
Your truly, has .been remodeled since the fire.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT.C. I before these minutes are printed. The next meeting will be held in Mrs A. U. Cooley, who has been lakes of Canada. They will returnto

(C. J. Muchison. The Peterson boys have opened a the park the first Tuesday in November spending the summer with friends St. Cloud about October 31st.. t
) I handsome barber shop in the Farris The social program was in charge with Mrs. E. E. Williams as in Illinois, arrived home Thursday -.I
Mr. and Mrs .
Mrs.
Hoppe Olio
1 Hotel. Capt. Farris; is to be of Sill viz social leader. I
BUSINESS 'MEN'S congratulated I Byron : evening '
CIUU ORGAN Harris, Misses Millie Ella
May,
.._ .
for his keen
-business
t ability. ---------------------------
.' ,: "" 1FD.t:, ,I s.-.' *.*L '.nee) >M-J ASif"pKranklylliamst ;y,4aEDITORIAL oWrl.ddatuka rt.yCOIVIIVIENT M i'I M a. erjiieri oft5 |Lou is McAlhster, ', Vera,,M, Hargrave AlmaCobleJJJnmlipKvadn'u'
| ; het energetic l and Mo. l ed as Thursday even : '' !;)..,,' Harris I and
o. business !tie Clul a 'rA'an en\hUlfiast\ umbermanhas ecentlyfpur nJ roudhotel ue a he new tM ,McssrflHoya\runyieul: ,ery' and Mil. .,,

( zed atltho 1 ;nom based l! 1liye!ii ol.tra oftland! tordl(.eorlte motored to'WinterI'ark!:;: '
early fonduy Vetlranl B law wert ; nee lhton where he ha already h of tlielKissimineemVu OUR l JSCO IPETE l S CO in unduy afternoon , J' i'd''' ';" "
< ,
ItI (
s sane
-,- \irawnTuptand I i. vent 0 forted to-raiie' Cain. wifww ''"*i*>wfll ri r ,q 1 ,,,,,,,,:,"'; ., ''CIL an Mr I Gurl u'to .. .. .,.......' ,. .
.1 'our""" most substantial business ."men e Gazette marks a new epoch in have been spending the summer at >.' H. Riggan, the corner Grocer,

who are the charter: members of the('I Mr. IIn.I..Mrs. A. II. :Marskie are the history of Osceola county. The. \\Te deplore the tugliyren; <- of our Warren Pa., are again at -their old returned home this evening from

organization. 'I comfortably Nettled ill I) their, home onMassachusetts destinies of the county scat and the I I incompetent City Cuuni-il who have I home m St Cloud I W'inston-Salem, North Carolina

A second meeting waheld I : avenue after spending permitted the trains to ill' late nearlyI where he and his daughter Kathleen'
Wednesday "Wonder City" no longer lie apart MJ. and Mi J. W Carver, who
the summer with their children in I i have )been for time
evening when proper officer I I ('\ day during the, punt week and have been the visiting some
spending
IOuI' 1'he time summer in
: mutual.
Wisconsin and Chicago.] interests are I Miss 1 Kathleenexpects: to remain in
were elected and, matterslis allowed the government tg commandeer
<-usscfl! Ki+ tmmee, were St Cloud visitors
pertaining to the welfare of St rluud. I bf'>!. A. I{. ,1'hinps] ) of Wichita, Kan lips come for the two cities! to join all the available rolling stock so on Friday and Saturday last !i North ('aroliua until winter. I

The purpose) of this organization i spending u couple, ) of ':!tenths with l.mils for the \\elfuie of this i ich sec1tion ''that St. Cloud.and many cities in theNoith i Dame ]Humor !is stopping) in Fol-\ \ i

is to bring about harmony in our city ""J'I', father, David Coop. :Mr. Coop in which they are located., _. I II :: have been without gas coal for The Loyul! Daughtets) of the Christian I!. soni's Addition. We hear in the "
Miid to the industrial IInJ has almost their electric light plants. They have church will hold a social Friday : \
advance I :, chtiroly! recovered from The Kis'"i'l11n1l'e11111' Gazelle has faintest of whispers stories of n cei'-
business pursuits I of !St.: Cloud and' I the his-recent illness. I also been so neglectful as to permit : evening nt the home of Mrs. Minnie i l lain gay young couple who are makI 1
j surrounding The Icon chosen as the organ of theseunited it to lain neatly every day during tinhist Barber I>,M Massachusetts avenue. ,
; coupLI! ly. club :, ing the most of thesu moonlightnights. '
hopes to work', with the Kissimmec! We, me glad) to see pun G;iuv,TewalkAutomobile. :Morgan I efforts., because. it\ is lor.ited at ./fnonth and to top it nil off vceiupermitting '' lolling down town in his
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Ilonid of Trade/ for the mutual bene the county scat where It has morel, a hurricane to come this Tennessee after spending a shorttnr.e } at the age! of seventy-five one is not
'fit of both-cities.! > It ill always! like a'I'uy of which was only averted by the' I
way : .it his Ohio amid too old to We1 listening,
the of the I icsulfiu'e on yearn. arc !
sunshine to proceedings
ready access
lien
'The BpSIIIpAN :Men's Club is n necessary u \Don Guy appears) election of.'W. G. King for city treas I' Ninth Streets Hynien, for those wedding bell .
adjunct for the building up of upon the streets.T. I county court, because it i ill the one i| urer. We have also ohserved that since

_ our little city. Unlike the Board of I". Bull-ird! of the Lake Shore pape r circulating throughout .the entire the election of King it has eased to I Mr aid Mrs. \V. H. Robinson write- Subscribe
Trade which Drive I rain and that coal in'('omilllt'alonjZ' that the;: are making their farewell !! for the Valley Gazette.
operates exclusively; \ entertained; and M I'S. Cummings county, and brcuuse it has never on I .

within the larders of the city, the ut dinner !Sunday: in Capt. Mc- joined forces with''' those ulterior ele- regular schedule. It is high time the 1 _. -. - .. ..' . . -- .---
.Business ;Men's Club aims to bring Kurliss" craft, the;; "Mollie: Maguire" I I II Board of Trade was petitioned for the
.P into close touch -the surrounding Engineer linn was: taken along for meats that find their way into the recall of such incompetents. {

( country with the'husineftH interests of ballast. I county from timeto time, and who : ,I

\,''.s the city. While in itself the scope is Rev. G. H. Northrop formerly pas' labor only for their own ends. FROM WHENCE? I\;
\ large for the
promotion of trade and tor of the :Methodist We desire only the public welfare.We ,
church
t the various enterprises which arrived in From whence conies the spirit ot'
harmonize in the upbuilding of are the to our city from New York. fie will belong to no gang. We support I Ananias ? Who are the stormy petrels Seed PotatoesSpaulding

entire community. This Club, is not spend friends a few days visiting his host of i 1110 faction. We uphold those in office who are spreading .discontent and dissension -
in
a secretive organization It is open St. Cloud before going to I only ns they serve the best interests in our city by their innuendoes -

'to the public: at large, who are at all join his family in Taipon Springs: of the community, When they do not against the Council ? The latest

times! invited )to be present at the Ernest Jefferys, our genial jitney do so, we shall endeavor to the best j II insinuation that is being sent forthwith I Rose No. 4 and Red Bliss

I meetings driver, has recently returned from a I of our ability to point out the error f its false suggestions is that the Triumph from Maine, where the finest are
of their We hope that the Council has shown impartiality in
trip to Tampa minus his customarysmile. ways. ordering -
He states that the bituminous newly formed Business Men's Association t' one man to buy a certain kind grown. Good strong stock selected from
i \: _W_:;_ (I. KING_ JELECTED CITY: \ '
concrete roads in Pojk county are will work in- harmonywith of brick for his-building Pennsylvania high-yielding fields.
TREASURER ruined because the commissioners became I the Kissimmee Board of Trade for the avenue, while another man, whois
The Maine is .harvested and
careless and neglected t> take larger interests. building on the same street, has crop now being .
d pt "W. G. King was elected city treasurer them in out of the rain. It is our desire to make this the been permitted to use a cheaper brick. yielding only 60% of. last year. Contract
at the election held at the City brightest, newsiest journal that has The truth is that both are using the
Hall Saturday. 'JThere were 275 votes J. J. Johnson has moved into the yet come into this section, and only as same brick, each using a cheaper article prices are advancing.We .

v vast, 196 having been cast for Mr. lie Ryan house on Pennsylvania avenue. we accomplish this end are we askingthe for their inside walls. I arc now making contracts for deliveryin

King and 79 for J. I. Cummings, the recently traded his residence on assistance and support of fellow. Let us have done with these aspersions December and Feb-
November January
present incumbent. Michigan avenue for a farm west of townsmen. and. get together in a. spirit of '
Mr. King is one .Qf. the pioneers of town. Postmaster Johnson is' no Here's to a greater "Wonder City!" boost. ruary. We advise ordering at once to save
St. Cloud slacker. He believes in doing his bit I
having come here when --------------
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toward feeding the boys in the I money. '
town was a village of tents and his : '
on a brighter aspect. Miss .Wimpey'sentire tainmenls will be .
trenches. given Mon- .
r popularity among the old soldiers wasp every Write or wire for prices. '
establishment has been .
greatly dry evening 26c for 15r .
; a couple or
,
+.hown the
by handsome
> majority Theodore Ham recently returned improved by the addition of paint and for will be
Driven him at last Saturday's election. from Northern Michigan. He states very tastily decorated with vines and hostess one for person next charged. The 1. NOONEY & COMPANY '
Monday will
evening
"Mr. King has been untiring in his ef- that there I,
r are 150,000 tons of co'al on hothouse_ plants. Miss Wimpey deserves be )Mrs. J. Ferguson, assisted by Mrs. .1
s Torts to secure pensions for the old the Pere
; wharf. We
Marquette recom- the of
patronage the St. Cloud G. II. Clark and Mrs. S. W. Porter.
soldiers which service he 504 Consolidated Bldg. Jacksonville, Fla.
j' has rendered mend that the City Council purchasean people and we wish .her success in Jver _
tree of all charge. lie has been airship to transport some of this enterprise.A. Mr. F. Keys of Eustis was a St. "
'connected with the Seminole Land &: I coal to St. Cloud for the city electric Cloud caller on Monday.
; in vestment.Co., the St. Cloud Electric light plant.) Get Nighswonger on the Bleach is erecting a two-story -
'"Light Plant and the St. Cloud Tribune job. double front building on the corner of It. V, Phillips of KenansviU wasa .

r adnce coming to this city, and the citizen Pennsylvania avenue and Tenth St. Cloud caller on Monday. .

: : feel that they have in Mr. King .. F. Van Arsdale has sold his lot street, and George Hunter is erectinga P. E Harrington of New York is +-0 U u. .. HoO 0 0... .... It. . 0 It ..... DO... ....... . ..5r I
a man amply qualified f to fill this important on Pennsylvania avenue, formerly occupied one-story building on the site of the
by the motion picture show, to Cloud has registered at the Farris Hotel. ""
; post.TURNTABLE old Padget stand. St. profited The Silver Sea Hotel
Mr.
Hastings of Florida who
avenue, by its recent fire experience and Mrs;'J. D. Woodbeck of Kissimmee,
.> FOR NARCOOSSEE will build a 110-foot structure on this these buildings will be as near fireproof was a St. Cloud caller last; Friday.
site. II) has not yet been decided as it is possible to make them. ATLANTIC BEACH 'CORONADO, FLA. \ \
;l "" The Atlantic Coast Line 'construettion'ct'ew what class of building'will be erectednor Miss .Medcalf of Los Angeles l' ,

"' ? passed through St. Cloud on by whom it will be occupied.The The first ,of' a series of card and Cal., is the guest of Dr. Minerva Now .pen.wider the maucemeat oil. A. Fred Falck. -

*their way to Narcoossee to put in the amusement parties was given Mon- Cushman.
Pirscilla\ Club held
'turntable; at the, terminus. Quite ,aYroce its meet day evening at the New St. Cloud ', '. Cutine tie be t. Shore Diners a Specialty. A.to meet all train at '.
afternoon last at the
ing
on Friday Hotel for the benefit of the Red Cross, Mrs. L. D. Frost left last week to "
this construction
: > working
aN
;und hereafter,the engines will travel home of Mm. Hollingsworth at which I and was; very successful-$6.30 being visit her daughter, Mrs. LH L. Lucas, New SBTTU. ,
the club decided to get a box of clothIng S '
'head-on both going and coming. ready to tend to France and after made. There were seven tables. Miss at Tarpon rings $2.50 per Day. ,Weekly Rates ipoa application.
Evadna Harris; won the ladies' prize
Mr. and Mr C. K. Hendrix spent
Special Week Ead Rates.
social time and
,a together dainty refreshment
Mr*.. .G.. B, Ryan 'and Mr*. W.. B."Kyan .- and Dr. Buckmaster the men' prize. fast Thursday evening with'Mis Eda
rrl .spenf Saturday, Sunday and journed* meet were again served/in1',two they The'hostess for the evening! was Mrs. Epple on Carolina avenue.' / JAMAH H. CAR, o. A. FKfD 't..LCIC..M... .. ,'J'J'lts. ,
Guyj Morgan7 assisted Mrs. Mosh- "
sat Monday Sanford with, JTa.' :Mrs. Andrew Maboney' The] public bathing beach baa ad.j'er and-M ..!- TwmJcliife., by These enter- Andrew K Bay/(,,. visiting/ !bis( ... .. ........,tf.- ...... ........ ........ .. ... ..!. .._ 1., ,,


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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE 'FR.IDAY. OCTOBER. 5, 1917 (\ THREE "


.. county will\ strive to meet its proportion | French of Rollins College, and other
of the county goal, 'So. that this men of this type will bring to' the
county will not !>e short the amount ': delegates the wealth of their live'
., expected of it. < I experiences. The fellowship of tho I
Prof. R. M. Evans of Kissimmeela '|, convention will be splendid. Rubbing
president of the Osceola' County shoulders and lives with great people
Sunday School Association, and as.' will produce lasting: 'effect on those
., \ head"of the work locally, is expectingto present. Every Sunday school in
: urge each school within' the boundsof the state may send as many delegatesas
.' the county to do its share. This desired. There are no restrictions
, q ' drive' for numbers" is not to secure to our conventions. No rules embarrass -
I , .. I'JIIJIIIII'Il61tlII1 / I Il attendance only, but to get; the peopleof bnyone. This convention will
, ;' bur Sunday schools in direct touch' be a great and' mighty religious,

:' I+ + IIIq I I I+ a''+,II rI) I )IIIL'J rllil, I' ))1 1 I with this great state convention and gathering."
I61 + all for which it. stands. '
+ ) ;
., ,. i u'( Ii,);lllGlll?,Tali I'i;')! ll 4li Il n, 1)Il!)(it+ )III 1))' +,II i+',1)li r 6'''I'r'''ly)) )f,' 1A., )I'' ,,,1'u' lll)h I II r I ill I!' 'lilllO ''ylN h fllll) + ? '' R. C. Wcidlor!. general secretary of
) ,I h ,ur
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l
,r 41f' I l ryr' r the Florida Sunday School Association
I 611 )+ 'Ull6 161I'q, + IfIII( 11 1 l; dlff'(?;
+ll, 6I'uJlr') ",; +IIi')' )!, +'lll"+ ))r1 ') ( . '' ''I'll' rl'' Illlf" In i is, as' OUR'
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'?' 1 "This will be the biggest and bent HeeO 1'10 Offe.tIS
: convention ever held in Florida. We EVERY Stlc' .'
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arc striving; for a total. attendance JUST ,
-. .. C3Lar of 1,200 delegates,, 1 fcnch county is
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;'iJ d / PUttlity will reign in the citWe
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gram \lr. John I.. Alexander!, a I _J
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.. attiaction.' Prof. C.M. Hrittam of
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MUSTANGFor it sooner. And after the members
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need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, etc.,
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hardware that is of superior quality and you will maLe! no mla

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COLUMN' mother carries a torch for Charlesor ahead. The committee of the Florida Sun
W.C.T.U. I Woodrow and Tom? Going back, day School Association having this :
after seeing minds broadened, patriotism STATE SUNDAY SCHOOl CON. work directly in charge is proratingthe and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES
strengthened, reforms brought number of delegates desired ,at
VENTION TO TOUCH OUR
through by woman's kindling interestin the convention among the various
The darkest East seeks light. Out the government that shelters her- COUNTY countia -of the state. This counties .
from imperial New York, center of self, her sisters and her children? proportion, as announced by the As-
I self-satisfaction for the universe, Back--after these new voters have Arangements are fast being completed sociation headquarters, is to be 50.
, comes a plea for facts, for opinions, scared bevies of low politicians into for the big state Sunday School It is hoped that every school in this I
- for advice from the rude, crude West. honest work and helped to dump
r "What has been the worth'of the dozens of foolish schemes on the scrap .1 0040000040400000, 000004004000000.
r woman's vote on political, social and heap? After their ballots- the ballots ............ .O..O..O..O. ..OOOOOOOOOOI 4 O 0 O
life in the state of Washington 0 WE SELL: 0 WE BUY '
community blessed' i
of these Washington; 4
? Has it increased the cost women-have driven out the saloons,!: 0 0 o
':: Fresh Meats HAY O 0 O
of elections? Do thty vote in proportion routed the bootleggers and made dive-'I ColdSforage"for I Il 4 O 0 HIDES O
,. to the men? For what specific' keepers, dive landlords and div']: GRAIN 0 0 O
,. reforms have the direct vote and influence grafters curse the day when the 4 0
_ / 'k of the women, been responsible wives and mothers walked up" to the Eggs, Vegetables, Etc. 0 FERTILIZERS O 0 FURS OO

'< .. ? 'Would you go back to maleS ballot box? ,l .' ... WOOL | 1
:' suffrage again if you had the Do elections cost more? Yes; but 0 SHINGLES O .
Iii ,.._. chance?" only because more votes must be STORAGE RATES ON MEATS: 0 AND 4 '!
' S Would we go back? Why? counted. Do women vote in propor- ORANGE BOXES O
i Aren't trading our automobiles tion to the men? Not yet; perhaps Storage on all Meats, 1.2 cent pound, Fifteen Days. . 4 ALL .+
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; for oxcarts out here in Washington, three women in five now, but those ORANGE WRAPS .
1S} are we? Or tearing up the railrawsto three votes are well worth while.' Curing Pork ready for'smoking, 1 l-2c per pound, 4o COUNTRY 0 ,
to put in jinrikshas? Or smashing Are they crazy f r office? In'six VEGETABLE CRATES 4 ): .
Curing 'and Smoking 2c pound. PRODUOC
:' the telephones to make way for the years possibly one woman in a hun- per 0 OO 2 fO
good old smoke signals and waving. dred has come before the voters as a CRATE NAILS 0 .

t" blankets Going of back Siwash? After.days we? have seen candidate.? For cleaner Their men effect In on office politicallife ; for ! Bring 'us your hogs the day they are killed.' We will do .0000000440000000" 0000040000000000x,;'
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the weird bugaboos that used to scare keener interest in the public schools the rest.KISSIMMf W. aeA Geld and .rden eeeda of aD ii da. '1;
us change to sheets. and pumpkins? for a> living wall of support behind hrlspai t' ud umP i putMa.
rc'.After: we have waited in vain for six every clearcut moral-issue; for better r I Wi pn special atteutioD to fittio out f
'," ..years to see one divorce caused by park and playgrounds; for speedier' I ICE I: ) : CO. Free delivery ita city limiu. 'Pbose Na IZ for' circular aDd PM-t ti
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FOUR THE KISSIMMEE VALLET GAZETTE, FRIDAY, OCTCSCR 3, 1317R1SS1MMEE

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r VALLEY GAZETTE The Gazette Will Print More St. Cloud News THICK FREE; GLOSSY; FROM HAIR DANDRUFF ( CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS i[


.:"" FvblUhrd Rvrrr Friday.OMp (" Girls! Try it! Hair Gets ;Soft, Fluffy

!. Valley "a.e". HW. ...dl... lrThe .and It+autiful-Get a 25 Cent BtttuAiwg FOIL Til 10 MU1K11 EHO York PLANT Imp, Fla.PLANTS. High!! for Hush sale and. New New

Kl..lm.ee. Flerld. Gazette is 'pleased to ann ounce that arrangements have Bottle of Dandtrine II/ 83 acres good land'one-half I ltl ch from Jersey Imp. Spineless; large well.,.. "..
r been made whereby we will be able to devote more space to our sis depot about four miles from Kl...>lm- rooted fan's., 1.000, $ : :2,000-or >-?
B. HARRIS ud K. O. VANS AGNEW If care for heavy hair that mee. irood land, well fenced 80 acresgood more, per 1,! 00. Fla. Plant,
i i awMr.ih < ter city St. Cloud, in the future tha n we have in the past. Our correspondence glistenswith you beauty and is radiant citrus land four acres bearing Farms, .riant City Fla. 40-4t I""

.. from that ] be under the and grove Inc. place for farming and -
Telepl... N IIl place wilj) management super ,with, life has an incomparable softness fruit growing, only $5,000. STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR HALES !:-
r vision of Mr Jas. Miles and will co ver the field more thoroughly than end is fluffy and lustrous 'try T. Fansler, KIsslmmee, Fla. 40tf
Splendid business. lot SO-foot front, on
i we. have heretofore been able to do. Danderine. ,, application doubles the Broadway, also fronts an Stewart FOR RAI-.K Praugrht mare, a years
do this it will be the and Just one avenue, will grow In value, Price old: will weigh' In good flesh. 1600
In order to to enlarge .
Mr3eR necessary paper beauty of your hair besides it imme- Termti on rts Thl i l a Ibs. will sell cheap.. C. II. Funk.,
good will
1 by beginning with next week's issue we will print ten pages until, the pat diately dissolves every particle of lots lnv<-..tmnt :. soon.. be worth Kissimmee-Fla. 8-4tp4

justifies a further increa&e. dandruff. Yo* can not have nice more moneyJRO
ronage hair if have'dand land well located pnrtly FOR BAI.B-Good work horse weight
heavy healthy acres Rood
We wish it distinctly understood that the St. Cloud feature will ruff. This destructive you scurf robs the Improved some grove and buildInpB. 1800 pounds also harness and wagon

0 Q in no wise detract from the other features of' the 'paper. .but will. hair of its lustre its strength and its and..'hur'h.convenient Price to$.0 railway per acre, achoool, favorable and pigB.one thoroughbred. Dlckenon Berkshireboar 21-tf

? tJ rather be an addition which will add to its interest verY life and if not overcome it produces terms; fine for subdividing;;
1 .... I a feverishnoRt and., itching of write. for full )iartiettlsrs.Fine .. Ff>R SALB-Several Rood white Leg
yyo Tiiis is purely a business venture on the part of the management horn rocks and cockerels. Sam I-up-
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the scalp the hair roots fnmiah. loosen .. '
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bungalow I"np. fer <7.lfVANTEnMnn
i 'SrAtE PRESSP of the Gazette which ''we ,hope will be beneficial: both to the paper and die; then the, hair falls out big interest. on tntidtment com -r-

and to the City of St.. Cloud as a whole. "' fast Surely get a 25-cent bottle( ofKnowton's let *IH allow you thin popertv nod toll .\ on farm. B. nicker- ..
about one for lnptmer "
n> you all It : 37tFlVBAPIiro
The Gazelle! is a county paper devoted to the interest t and up' ] Punderinefrom any drugstore .Jr..x."II\nl.r.. good homo.Nloo son.
. and it.OTI'M .
Just
1 building; of('the entire county and we believe the size. and importanceof try five-roont ottnwo "n paved .street TRACTS fluent. land nearthe .
Mnl..rrl.ll<>n Ilde.tr I > FOil IIII)5lNotice well" 1.1. very cheap nt $1.4011.' city( nelKliborhood of Mr. Howell WIII1
: .One Pnu'y' Ine Year..-.2(1*{: St. Cloud entitles it to this larger recognition. Better nrnli IM. hal'l/o'"h l / ,, .It i. worth s jilncr. Very moderate terms and]
101'' limir time to : Mont desirable
one I'op' H Month pray to>>
more
IH hereby jrlvon that bids will money.If ,.
me l'opri Thn'a. Me .Dlit. --- .76 .- own one of the finest little farms so
"; i !" received" t>y theHoard **f CouhtyCamnilsafonera you want c'hl""n farm; with nlei near the city. Write to the owner.
:All romm hlrdloni; ereept ."o'n. outxulhorlEuil and Mrs. O-as. Bronson at Traveler: building of his new barn.. Florida( up to and of including owc-eiiln 10:Ooimtv 00 n. mon .; Improvement, well located 'ItearlnirfriiH W W. Young Liberty Center Ohiov
of 11. M, Breaker, KI..lmm..e.
must 1> desirable, we fan or Inquire ; -
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by the writer are'spt'nd- BHllW YutV and It In a warm article -
ltned office of of
A. n. 1017 at the tho Clerk
Cromartei and Mrs.
Rejected matter will! iotbe returned Mrs. P. G. ing several days,in Hopkins. the Circuit Vurt .of said County, ,alKldRlmtneo ton; we will Introduce Jou to '
called for. Chas Gni-rett were callers at the Florida for the coimtruc.tlnn the owner;. and you can buy direct DUfl1:1'n: nnoWN HOSIRllY for men.
'"tinlosn Johnson home Tuesday.: The second Austin ditcher Is.here of Approximately two and on..-haf front him; beet' of reasons.,.forll. women and children.. F, If. Lawson..:

(Kntcred!: In the IVmtofflce at KlsRlmno -! Mrs. A. K/ Dennis and Mrs. G., A. and all ready1 for work. Mr.. S. W' miles. of brick paving eight feel wide( Inn, ."
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matter) with coherec! .curb on f-1hln.l. Creek GI NI RAL FAHMINO Is prnntabla. I""
1+ second-class ;
> Florida Uronaon visited Mrs. C. As Beatty at Zaruba, the engineer, ts taking a road and approximately one mile on Kino mock farm,'I Inonttd on' lake, lux.urlouii' .- Florida To know Florida's posaWbllltlea
Davenport last Wednesday, short vacation at St Cloud roadPinna Brrowthat KraHff, Just the for live stork and poultry
Tillman Fla. but
? place' to produce cheap meat and
OCTOBER 5 1917 and peclflcatlon may 1.0. -x- raising dairying fruit and truck
$ Mrs. Hob Johnson is visiting her will begin work promptly on his re- """In..d".r obtained at the offlr. of the make easy money; owner la not a growing dead the Florida Farmerand
-* ** mother Mrs. Chas. rBronson.DEERPARf. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Oac..olaCnunty. stockman. and will sacrifice on IhlRprop..rt Homy-seeker 81* month.' trial
-.. turn.The Florida, at Klfmlmmet, ), and we will show you whatit ..uhBCrjp / ID. 25 rent "Sample' copy
of the Dixie
The second liberty Loan is with part Highway Might Is reserved to reject any or all l. and help you buy a "SNAP free Address Florida Farmer and'")
.. passing through) Deer Park is being proposals.f .. Hnmcwteeker, Box 860 Jacksonville
us now. _. . made into a sand-day"road. Jr. L : All kinds of Florida Home* and invest.menu. Fla, > 61-t#
t, 0> 2.lit ovEnsTnKRT.rk) Com, nee uaVe can place .
sorry"' didn'ttTtilailWharultiindj f > to suit 1 your fancy Two house FOR !SAt.R: Lnrire glee, wicker babr
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'Germany's\ 'I'm very>rr ngq4iml"! ; ': .H;i fri:;rsaCTaMBoLrf:;;;; ;; >m'y.otJoipiter : .- ', LN.......(..'IHTIT"...--- -. (411'RT..._'.CT"'T"_ ;." : .....hF-... ,t. Correspondence' solicited.Jtooms __cab In rood rnndltlon., L22O rrlro. rea"nn>
"i Argentine authorities. ) are the guests of W. 11. Buteler 'Help toiSavcNation's" I''" m Uuj.umiTr.i) nij.j- : ( "'I".imtM Y1E1:1tfrlQ"rlt07t1T1""f"tIMM'A1Y'Y; : ; 1"1' r., ..aL1e..3naLlcat! +.1y,. J1ryn.Y".......,9t$2tf......_, .m na.: :.

,#*1 '" 00--- They nre-amonpr the first to cross ;1' :2 and .3,"over State Hank FUJI KENT Flvr om furnished
l the new Dixie Highway bridge over Food SupplyIn William L. (.."!la.r. ( ._pl.la.... s.Katie .. K1SSIMMKE. FLORIDA house with mod'rllDVE'lt...........,
I Beginning with October first oysters M. (.arilBer.. e.d./--Ill-. located din I'lMlv A'...'. Mrs. MarlonCarimn '
\ -maybe included 'In the bill of the" St. John's river by automobile. I .....r.... ,'" 41-St
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)11'. II. B. Clark of Youngstown, 0., WANTED-Rhosmen' and rnllecKiiM forOseeolA e
but like everythingelse they time of
fare this hlich ont of living,
) ,, little high. pent last Friday among Deer. Park I everybody should u..e all posKlhle Wreath Judicial (<< trial Oinrr.la <.0.lyle ... county. can; also use two. Foil ItlCNT--Five-mom house furn-
come a I other salesmen. In .
friends. and good! terrlturv.RIqger nt 4lifl( Maple Mreet Apply t*
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means prevent waste to help th :
A t'b..reryIt 5-wing AV ; ;
Hy M. Wllllnma I KlKitliiimee, Fla
save fund No bo
Mrs. W. II. Kempfer and son 0110 means can moreeffective .
Carter M K, Orlando I'la: 42,2t
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Lakeland has organized automobile than a vigorous campaign .
an several in Mt'I1l.ourne l-r: ida
George, Spent days 1 to exterminate rata which destroyover I appearing vII 1'lwnd..1 to
p club with 35 members that will\ j recently visiting with her two million dollars worth of,fotulurTH the tilll filed In above-stated cause FOR K.U.T3-Strawberry. rimilH.,, : the Foil HAKM OK HAITI: Foil HEAL.KSTATliS .
-affiliated with the A. A, A. and .. that M Onrdner, the defendant choice Missionary be ttcr -
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annually. Keep Kurhnm- rut-
sifter! Mrs. C. C. Burgess. I l.ra"nl; i. non-renlderit. of tiI ) Klsalmmr--rnPhi l . Horses Mares
$ for Florida good roads. proof cans, slop| up tholr holes, and Is a A. -\.1 HUM 1 i, 141 head yi.uliK. and
boost Mr. E. I), Holmes" of Atlanta Ga., hove all exterminate them v, fthStearns' i I it"t,. of Florida 1 and Is a. resident ntInU culls, .
a i- spent Tuesday and Wednesday herelookinjZ' Paste, wlilih can be bought if of Minnesota, InM address b..InR Fun /'I'I.IT"n week old dug pups 1 I'u.' .,,)' ,tad I lliii'i.-Mi. almost new
Talk about patriotism of the press after the interest of the Moline for a few cent at any store A two'ounc. I ,IIinghamt'neltiuat.rn, over the *iuf .> of a, lung lint' nf stack and. hug dogs l i 1 Single. \Vakou' iu'd Harness.,
i.' box will Ufuiallv rid a house or tweniv-one years, It Id therefore $7 RO each O It Jenkins. p <(1'< i Pox 1 (loixl Saddle
the editor the business manager and Tractor Co. born of ix ,Tlat. It dextroya mite.I or leied ,that Hfid); ""n-r..ld.t| | .. Tlcfendant 3<6. 41 .41 I IG-l the superintendent of theianfi4rd!: Mr. L. Rowe has completed the Cockrom. and \\atnliuKN.. well L 1 <: and' Hilt. IM hereby' ,. quit ed to I M <'linv\-- I.Miinhmnii., Fl I".
Herald all members of t.helome\ .. .. apiM, ',ir to UK, bill of coinplntnt, tiled I'on R.M..K"One" pair ineilliln -IEI"I
t are I-- - _:::.= - - I said <..uiHe on or IM) 'fore Motxlav.. I miil.n and] (trn. t\\'o-htirHf w.4umi, mvKI..l.lNaS for rent Apply to M.
Guards. Mil iln"f November, A l D 1"1 $S O. or will trade for l ef coal<' or Tiller
-c. othi'ulKp. the nlleuations" of soil fattening hogs C 11 I Jt-nkliiH p. oBox I
I' will lie taken as con fsxed! by,Miild < 360. (. 41-41 I I.iInNl' 1 Fu'etclod r ' I rooms orcpartue
t; And now Desoto county comes to ndatit. I. '?it.. for, light hoiiNekeeplntrin .
& the front with a project to plant 600 It In further nrd,-rrd that this olderbv Ill> iMi-int I.-OH N\inine \ IMVIH : I ruoderuovennt taus.lose in.
of beans to be fathered publfnluil, I once a week for four conscmtiw .I5:-iloiiil for wrapping purposes MIH ,K K: AVellK Id',il Kxtate and Innurnnie ,
acres castor j weeks. In the .(.Iesmmee'xl.- I II eto. Apply' at Valley Jaucttc IOU 116 Mublietl': Phone 242.
( 'by the Castor Oil Company of lev Gazette ntwspnper published, In

r, AmericaAgricultural Florida seems said County I and State. I . Whenever You Need a General Tonic
This tr
to be coming into the limelight just
? I J. 1.. (tVlCSTUI-KT.' Aecullve week In (the. KlnKlminec 11'1 I Take Grove's.The "
r. now. Clerk Circuit Court. Icy JaKette. a newspaper, published' Old Standard Grove''TusteleM
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(Olrrult Court Real aid County and /HtateThin .
M1I..TON I'UKIxlKH.Holliltor 3rd day of October. A. T> 1917 chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
The city fathers were setting the for ('omplnlnant 42-4t J. k.. OVKHMTHKKT. General Tonic because it contain the
right example to property owners Clerk Circuit Court. well known tonic properties QU1NINK 'I.

'- ; JrIi .. AN onUI'li"'Ii ., (Circuit K HI HUH Court& R77KD!Posit) and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drive 'Q...

/ SollcltorB.! for the Complainants out Malaria Enriches the Blood and
cleaned up. If one must allow weeds, / TO 1IIO\III': FOR TIIKOK PILOTECTION 42-41 Builds up the Whole System. 60 cent.
KVI>CI! and grass to grow let it not be at the KOOHS ---- .
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time of the year when strangers are I .
arriving here for their first visit K I55I51" MEI: ,... .

o- i It ordained by the City. Count of

1 __Tbe football season opens with a the City<.Ion of 1. KlsslmmeeWe That\ all :fresh m"' ,.t f x-

game on the local gridiron today. Ii posed for sale shall bn kept In <'..II..a of
The boys are showing a /good deal of I wire netting. with glass tons
pluck and skill\' .in their scrimmages I Section 2 All.bread roll. MMuultHpies .
cakes, candles, (confectionery aii<
y and :will put up a good fight with the like exposed for sale shall h.'k..pl
i .uny team. Let every body turn out In'showcases. of "Klass exeept'such ofsald .
to this and show them articleswhlchiyar. 8e wrapipedlready
.' game ; they I
?i : : r rllf.llv..ry : .
l ver!the.j support ofitheirltownj'>I ",,j ; _) t..2 ." Sr...Uo rt1 t11jfruit ana Retaiolvxpoxrd h
11 whist k'nsumedawtln CC
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"" '"' : I' furlh.r okln shall
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: I pressfhavelbeenjforlmonthsf/ '!J' ;",. .:""ii 'fA UJ ttI':, ,v
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and are, now repeatedly warning' the' tloua/: Th d ra-: ndow. viaother
4 of bakeries when
openings
Soldiers Sailors .
public as to the true facts in regardto ,1 bread nod rakes nre made, and of
the beef shortage. The government II places where randy and confectionery them f
i is maintaining a special office in I-J and Nurses all Is made ;Khali .be screened with wlr- Tell toj

) Jacksonville to accomplish tick eradication I netting:Section r Whenever wire netting Inprescribed
in Florida whose work would know the c mfort In thin oj' din,ince. It khan aheadYou
; be glade' much eanier by complete cooperation I mean wire netting. not cparser\ than 16 go

r* on the part of county ofificials and refreshment menhKeil. Ion d All cases and receptacles

i in the state. Without this 'cooperation mentioned. In I this ordinance shall be I

A// ; L the work will drug, to .the I ;;.es; to be had fromWRIGLEYS placing kept cloned food except therein for or the remnvlntf purpose, of Ittherefiom. might well have the
detriment of the state and to thecounty I and shall be kept free from as useof
which does not co-operate. A : flies. And all screen doors and windows -
number of other counties have appropriated I shall be opened only In case' or that building you are planning-there is nothing
and all apartmentsscreened no
sums to build vats, and some necessity under this ordinance shall be to be gained by waiting. There is no prospect of
i of these do not claim to be "cutllo I kept free from flies
counties." Osceola.does claim to be Section 7. No food of any kind shall! prices going down for some time after the war-is
It allays thirst and fatigue be exposed or kept for sale In from
a "cattle county" and a'ways has of stores or In the doorways' thereofat over.. Go ahead and let: your contracts.
claimed this dist.inct.ion.lowever.\ in a less height than twenty Inches
the matter of building vats she is' in soothes the throat and above. the sidewalk or violates floor. When it comes to the roof you can make a 'real
Section B. Whoever any provision
.the back row. In, fact if something is stomach' helps ,digestion. of thin ordinance shall be punished saving, and get a better roof by specifying I
;, not done'along these lines in the near by a line not exceedingtwo hundred .
future, it is possible that Osceola and fifty dollars, or by Imprisonment
than thirty days)
for not more I
county may find herself high and dry Head a first and second time In open
surrounded by tick free territory.. session and unanimously passed thla
and subjected to a humiliating and 2nd day l of UcloberA.' 1). 1917 CertainteedRoofing"
I Approved October ?2. 1917.
.inconvenient. quarantine (ptlf JOHN S CADEL, Mayor.
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10 CENT "CASCARETS"IF ,NaPER FELL F.President 11. I.A W RON of Council., -

t BILIOUS Oil COSTIVE Attest:
.F WI J. It. GILBERT. City Clerk.If ,
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For Sick Headache Sour Stomach After CERTAIN-TEED is cheaper because
The not the quality is lower,
Sluggish Liver and-Bowels-They TIIK ('IK :-UIT COURT OF THE] I
but because it is less expensive roofing It
f Work While You Sleep .SKVKNTH JUDICIAL CIIICDIT a ( to manufacture. is
t everY flavorlasts OF TIn STATE Of KI.OIUIIA' IN better, not only because it is cheaper, \but also because it is.lightweight

Furred Tongue Bad Tastes Indigestion ANn FOR OSCF.OL.A COUNTY IV weather-tight, clean; sanitary 'fuc-rctardant and coati
meal
Sallow Skin end Miserable ("U"NC'I'RY.! practically nothing to maintain. .

I' kJ .1 headaches come from a torpid liver :
and clogged bowels, which, cause O. J. To.llnse..d| Bopfcronln D. Toa. It is now recognized as the preferable type of roofing for office -
II..... lIa.h..it ..< Wife, COIII.I. -
your stomach to become filled with .. .'....., .... William Mllar. .4.1. buildings, factories, hotels, stores, warehouses, garages, farm
undigested food which sours and n..'.......... Foreclosure. of Movsve. buildings etc., where durability is iecessary.
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ferments like garbngo in a swill f ...
;, barrel. That's the first step to untold gHE t CERTAIN-TEED is Guaranteed for 5,10 or 15 years, accord- .
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{ j misery-indigestion, sour gases kill It the appearing Hill filed by In affidavit the above-stated itppendeilto ing to thickness ((1, 2 or 3 ply). '

bad breath yellow skin, Yr.ent.alfears. cause that Jacob Epstein trading IH l.
1 everything\ that is horrible and naus .761 the Baltimore Hrtrgsln House nnd th? There are many roll roofings-on the market but only one
Baltimore Bargain. House a Co-part-
eating. A Cascaret tonight will give nership composed of Jacob ICpHteln., CERTAIN-TEED. It pays to get the best. It costs no more

'your constipated bowels a thorough Nathan ..:"..tPln. Charles 1. Weinberg, to lay a CERTAIN-TEED roof than it does
? i ++- ,lean8ing and straighten/ you out in c+H-< X-: rrw'-oaoc'1.. +HoO a A Ray Kat and Sidney" IiinBliurnli.some to lay a poor
ye C .' the morning They work while of the Defendants therein n 'med, roof, but there is a vast difference in the wear. You can't tell

.Jeep.-.a 10-cent box from your drvg-you I i are, non-residents and !are residents of the of State the of city FlorIda ofKnltlniore the quality of a roofing by looks or feel Your only safety is the

Li gist will keep you feeling good for TAX NOTICE I Stale! of MAryland: that label. Be sure that it is CERTAIN-TEED-then you arc

months. I : .: It Hillier"-rest Hros
October 3, 1917 and has Its principal place of bunlneHs
I ';' ;"i In the City of New York State of New, Certain-teed Slate-Surfaced Asphalt Shingles

SHINGLE CREEK I York panv: a thnt Foreign Cattarnugus. Corporation.Cutlery Is a Coin-nonresident are supplanting! wood and ilate shingles( for residences.. They con lees .

F i; Notice is hereby given that the I of tho State. of Florida and are Just as good looking, wear better, won't fall\) off, buckle or split They
has Its principal plncn of business at arc firn-rctuduu and do not have to be painted or stained

1 We are having very cool and pleas- t Tax Books for 1917 will be for Martin CnttarangAis.I.. Hall. State Company of New York a Foreign: >,that Certain-teed Paints and Varnishes :t
weather open i t
ant at present.Mr. Corporation'I :Is a non-esldent of thgState .
F. H. Tiner Malcolm Over- ': '' of Florida and has Its principal: are the best quality paint material, ""
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: : collection Nov. 1st. I place of business In the City of Boston ground and mixed with mechanical
ac.i
; street and Walter Droasoir made a on am now State of Massachusetts; that Mc-
business trip to Orlando Saturday. Wherton Hutton & Company a Foreign BfJ. i !! curacy. Made for all uses and in all" '7'

7 '. .. P. G. Cromartle and Mrs. ready to furnish these Corporation. Is a non-resident of the. t! colon. With paint'u with roofing __ '
""" Chas .: estimates on State of Florida and has It. principal the name CERTAIN-TEED !I. i I
N i. Garrett Were Vera the
at J. place of business. In the City of Nashville of "I
P. Tyson home Saturday morning Btate of Tennessee, all of the' defendants guarantee quality and satisfaction: _
Miss Mildred Anderson of Orance taxes. 2 per cent will be allowedon not corporations, over the CERTAIN-TEED PRODUCTS
r age of twenty-one years; It Is therefore CORPORATION
Center, visited her, horn hem Saturday. ordered that said non-resident defendants ..
<,Ohlc. .PblJadel"bla.
If, all taxes' paid during November. be and they are hereby required ma.lo. San rr.nelaco. Milw.tum LouI..Doetoa, u incinuad,Cleveland lew 0..II'U&abo..b.Angeim Detroit.LJ ..
We are glad to bear that little'If- to appear to the Blllw Complaint II-.J>OJI..x.... "T'Jlemt'e.1'dlanai> '.*,Anima,Richmond Gnarl] Rapid.,
filed In said cause on o" before aa/aYWo.IJaIS La U OUt,DM .. ..
Molan. .
via Homxm.>>uIu&b,Loodoo. Hydoert U "
Tyson has recovered. from. a I light: A. I"
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f due! of measle 'J I C. L. BANDY Tax Collector D. !Hlffl'bChtakene.aconfeu.d said I

r Mr.. and M> W. ft. Bronson spent defendants.aid r: by OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.., Klsslmmee, Florida I tJ ;.

r tiwjatter part;9f Iu0 Week ,with Mr. 4lD o ...s It f Is further ordered that this order.

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have secured the agency for this famous line of Hosiery and yesterday we received two cases',by freight. Come see this line of Hosiery ,

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:" Children's and Misses' fine Ribbed OR* Boys' Heavy Ribbed Black Hose, QA W mea'* Black'Silk "Foot Rett"' Hose, all sizes, 50c pair.

Black Hose, sizes 5 1.2.to 9 1-2, pair uU" Sizes 7 to 10, 25c and, 'OU1' W mea'* White Silk "Foot Reit" HOle, all sizes, the pair 50' '

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"" Special, Toweling Crash, S.TORY"S Men's Hose, lOc, iSc, 20c, 25c 35c and 50c.

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nice heavy quality, yd. lOc, I Heavy Blue Work Shirts, each 65c .

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I : INTERESTING Bargain' in Bath Towels, 13-inch When/ you need Shoes, Hats, Pants, Bandy. and other relatives. Mrs Outings. 15c yd. at Gilbert's.
\ r ; LOCAL ITEMS II and 30-inch at 15ceach.. F,,, H. Lawson.j jRoecoe Suits Underwear\ go to F, II, ,LaW- Metty will remembered ,by our j I Best Grade Gingham 16c at Gil.. i ibert's
student older residents as Miss Emma Bandy, ,, .
I Robersoh. who is a 1
son.F. who her girlhood 'days in,' Kis-
"OtOtOOO .oo ooo More new Pattern Hats at the Bon at "Stetson, spent the week-end with H. Kenney, city clerk' of St. 'simmee.spent She and her,daughter will Serges 75c to',$1.35 yd.; at Gi1b irijl. t
Ton'Hat Shop. hid parents' Mr. and Mrs. J. Z., Rob- Cloud was looking: after business be here till about' the last of this :

," Weather Report C. H, Funk, J.-K. Milliard and" S. T ,erson Baohofen J matters, in' Kissimmee last 7 Wednesday month u , | For-the world to always look brIght-
Miss Emma has''arrived
Fansler, who motored to Cape Sable We invite you to inspect ourline You must keep!' your-liver right-
on a business trip last week, returned from Gainesville, to spend her'month?'l The biggest cons-and the same old of merchandise. :Good valuesand, Get a bottle pf,Dikes Blue Pills-
vacation with her sister, Mrs.. M. price of 25c on Jergan's Talcum Pow- ills.
i home Sunday. lowest price.. We are glad 'to serve It will, drive away your { ,
Following are daily temperatures Armor and other relatives'and 'ders at CORNER DRUGSTORE: and trade, A. S. CORNER DRUGSTORE
you appreciate your ,
I A limited supply of Sheet Music, 3 friends.. "
, and precipitations, as reported I C. II. Dame di trlct. manager for Gilbert. Phone 297.
copies for 25c CENTRAL DRUG
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by Government station Mrs": A. Cotterman and small ,
I the Woodmen of the World with
STORE. See line of Ladies' High Shoes
,: at Kissimmee fo- the Week end daughte, Elizabeth, who have beenspending'several j headquarters at Lakeland, is spending: for Fall.our We can pleaseyou.. At Alachua County: Boll weevil can
'.,. ing Thursday, Oct. 4: Mrs. Sallie Jacobs .of Haines City, months with relatives .several days in* Kissimmee in the interest Gilbert's, be found practically allover the county
\ Max. Min. Rain was in town Wednesday shopping and in' Indiana and Wisconsin, returned of the local lodge of that or and considerable damage is reported .
visiting at the Yowell, home. home Wednesday. der. Mrs. W. J Carter of Richmond, from,tho west end of the coun

'-di Friday-r--'I..:--T8S::-tJ ':: 'VI"70 _. ."2.15, -. ,When.,.jrQu'wan: t..-th8..b sLaee.: ,.JI, Mrs George Babcock has returned i' Try- those delicious Ice Cream! Va., registered the at eal'i the .rest visitors.room this. ty. Hog cholera is decreasing- and. '"
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.CENTRAL DRUGSTORE from, an extendedTrip when.Tie visit i "Fudges at "the ORNER" DRUG-1 there I is plenty of feed.:
1 Sunday 2-----90 71 in'New York' City, Washington'and STORE-butterscotch< and Chocolate f. ' '
62- Mrs A. W. Bailey and daughter, in, in North. : ''' 14
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Monday.84! __ points ( Carolina--IDuring out flavor nothing-nicer.! I ; Piles Cure fats to Days ,
Frances, returned Wednesday from ( I
__83 /68 the trip Mrs. Babcock spent some time | It the Your drttffirlHt will refund money If FAZOotNTMKNT t
Tuesday Whittier Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. atopa
-- Georgia where they have been guests J. II. Baisden of member :
with a brother she had not for Headache .nd work. off the Cold. lalU'toeure anvcaie of Itching
Wednesday ..':85 63 I of relatives for'several. weeks. fourteen seen of the school board from the third district j Cough lr"I(8lst.: ( Thursday ..L89 68 years. I I reports the road from Kis im. I B. W. taOVlt'a.fguature on each boa. aoc:. The firtt application glees H...and a...&. Sao
Young has returned from the
Roy Mr M. A. Sawyer returned Sun-,' moo.to'Whittier'is 'in very bad condition --
ii' ., p pirQapGaC.riS+M6s44044t44444irI hospital' in Orlando where he' was' day from Dallas, N. C., where she has I aa a ,result of the recent rains '\ -:
taken for medical'treatment.That been spending the summer. ;Mrs. Saw-, I '
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,I Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought. Lilas De Rigaud, the finest yer with her daughter Miss i Miss Ruth Campbell of Wa1\e.- = ............,, '
yule, N. C. arrived here I
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'*: Ladies' Comfort Shoes at Quality i extract ever, at CENTRAL DRUG- and Miss Wenner, are }> ) Sunday to. I
STORB. cated ,at 116 Beaumont a'enue.i' Hilen.j make her home 'with her'aunt Mrs. J. :
._Store. I McPhutter, and attend the Kissimmee
J. A. Ewing of Kissimmee, spent I T. N. Clark has purchased. the property Our stock is complete--our I schools. I 1918 Model Ford Car is now ready
"I known the are right-we guarantee that THE ,
J the week-end with his fumily.l3artow I on Hughey }street as anything We
Courier.lnforniant.l Milliard cottage, for an investment. you buy from us if you find it ,, are always working for the I we would suggest that prospective
)!I best of
Mr. Clark is showing 'his confidence in cheaper elsewhere except cut-price everything to supply our custonwrs. -
I buyers place their orders with for
man'scvollar us now
Dashwood, the latest young Kissimmee in a practical stores, we will refund the difference. We have always had it in
: E&W, at the Quality Store way. CORNER DRUGSTORE. II candies Whitman's and.Jacobs. Nowwe I prompt delivery.
jif' Splendid thicken farm just outside have- it at our fountain-Ice
",,- Beginning with tonight the Grand City limits; well improved nicely located I. Cream Fudges.: Try them. CORNER I
, k ', r" Theater will open at 7 instead of good neighborhood, a bargain, DRUGSTORE. II Terms Desired :

\,:y 7:15 C. o'clock.R. Jenkins of Kissimmee, was :, and l Realty on Company easy payments.about it,See Nelson HELLO WHA I'S 1 THIS? I the C.city R. Jenkins Wednesday of Southport on his way, was home in I We'bare a first class mechanic in our employ and are

'' a prominent Bartdw visitor. yesterday'The Mr. .and Mrs. Milton Skipper left from a trip to the southern portion, prepared to repair Ford Cars. We carry Ford parts in t
Courier :
Sunday morning for Kifisimmee, after of the state. While away he visited
r-l New lot Fern Waists i at the Quality II pleasant visit with Mrs. Skipper's I The Split Nickle Gash Grocery Lakeland Bartow Arcadia Fort stock. '. Ford prices: Runabout, $345; Touring Car
Store parents ;MK and ;Mrs. Krrnk Knight. Myers and Moore Haven. He says no
' .- Bartow Couriers-Informant. section he visited has any advantagesover $360;, Couplet $505; Town Car, $595; Sedan, $645;
: John 11. Baas, assistant cashier of
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II the First State Bank Kenansville, sprint his winters in Kissimmee for'I I will open my new grocery Osceola county. One.Ton Truck Chassis, $600. F. 0. B. Detroit.

,, was transacting business in Kissim- years and !his: return each fall is Saturday Morning Oct. 6 I School Tablets of all kind-the big. ---- -=-= .
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tnee Tuesday.New : pleasurably anticipated by; a host of gent for the money. Composition

.J line E&W Shirts at the Qual- friends. Everybody invited to come in and books, drawing books, inks, pencils I Osceola, Motor Co.
ity Store.,' ': While, it lasts, our present supply look over my new stock and jet fountain pens etc; in fact, we can
I f. Sheet Music 3 for 25c. See the furnish you with all your school
) prices. My motto will be "Live and Grayttone Bldg. KISSIMMEE FLA.
k Frank Carson left on the early train' list. CENTRAL DRUGSTORE.Mrs. supplies. CORNER DRUGSTORE. ,
"" today for Kissimmee where he ex Let Live. Quick sales- and small
'' peels to purchase cattle,_Fort Myers "H. ;M. Pfann took her small profits. Here are some of my prices: Mrs Fred Metty and daughter, Nel-
tress frandsow, Vernon Waring, to his I fred arrived last week from II-
home in Lakeland last week, returninghere bliss Coffee, lb.,__,---._._.-_29c waco., ., ; .
For your health's sake let us fill
prescriptions. Accuracy, "and Saturday. Yellow California Peaches in
your;promptnesscount&aWeigiveMbethj/ .JJnjW,.Ward of/New 'York City, aprominentJcapitalistjfand Syrup ...___-___ ____..__25c

CENTRA DRUGSTORE wintejtlireaidentl, here arrived wellknowrt! ?.Sund! .. ,,I ItRnd' Pie Peaches -,...;....,.....,..4WT15c"" For Sale or:,Trade' DUROC JERSEY PIGS Park Hotel ;

ho ''UntylfcnwHTBourTL at helt ( domiciled n;his"old quartersholGraystonelHotelMMrillWard, at I'' Apples, can ...Y*.-_;.'ff" w y iLji, l5c , , . ,
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RctobcTrmeetingfrcjcctedJtheJ.bi" _for {1'i'has Rosedale Peaches;'yellowsliSl5cApricots for Ford Car at'" 'once, ""one I A'iei'; ; I *;'t',' ,;Mr**'A.' if o... po".i.t,... :
P thefl'Jichool'building atSrKenansville i ?! \ fine Pigs, Registered
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WrTOrKETeS- in ;. ._ ____ I .
,_ 30c Six I
and are advertising for new bids. i ------ ? Saxon five-passenger
town at Gc. .F. 11. Lawson 1 1 I I car, I
California cherries32c and double inoculated for GOOD CLEAN ROOMS i iI
Ladies you will be surprised! ,to see I 1917 model. Only driven 1 1at
what a fine Handkerchief I can sell\ Mrs. F. B. Eades who has been Wisconsin Cheese, lb...._______34c ,5000 miles ale. Price $15.00 each.
spending a week with her mother ; new set tire and ,
you at 25c. F. I1. Lawson. Mrs. Eleanor Jones of Orlando, returned Pure Cider Vinegar, quart_ ___14c two extra tire in perfect I Also Rooms Furnished for'I
Mr. G. P. Garrett prominent Kianimrnre home Monday. Distilled Vinegar, quart-______lOe ? con- Come and look them over

:'f attorney, was in tho city pikes Peroxide Cream:: Keeps the Bullhead Catsup, bottle_______lOc dition. I Light Housekeeping.REASONABLE .
r?,, , Thursday on legal business.-Tallaliasxee \ Louis )J. DenningNera
r \ Democrat.' skin smooth and soft. Prevents chapping Pork and Beans, Libby's 14c S. W. TILLIS
; 25c and C>0c JUTS. Use only the Pork and Beans, Libby'flOcEagle RATES ..; '
"Sold. at; Auction" will be shown at best. Specify Dikes. CORNER Loughman, Fla. 42-21 the B. C, Miller Farm. 41-41 t
Brand Milk___________ ,, 41-aipj
22c ,
the Grand Monday. The story is one I DRUGSTORE.! ,Phone 5 2117. i r + I 'j

t of particular appeal) to women. While Rose Brand Milk_____"_,____lOc -. ----- -" ,,- t II' .. - - .- -=
We are preparing to get out a neat -- - -- -- : : :: ::c
rich in dramatic moments, the story' folder advertising property listed Van Camps Milk___ ________ 7c
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? has carefully offend taste. with us; will send them North and at- ] SL Charles Milk_h_________ 6c
not to good .
!likely .
: tract buyers. Shall we advertise Little Joe Sweet Feed_ ____$2.75
A ; Mrs I). J. Bell and randc'hildren.Carrie yours? List your property with the i -- i
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'c' I and George Webb and Clifford Nelson Realty Company Shorts, 100 Ibs___________ 2.70 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD

,'''' Bell left< Saturday to visit relatives If can't sell property, let Oats, 100 Ibs. ____________ 2.75 ,
you your
and friends, in Pine Castle Kissimmee News. us trade it for you for good property Wheat, 100 lbs.___________4.50 \

and Orlando.-New Smyrna North to parties who desire to come Scratch Feed, 100 Ibs_______ 4.50

i You will) find Sheets, Pillowcases to Florida. We can make you a good. Alara Syrup, can______-____13c AT OUR STORE '
Percales deal and value for Nelson
Sheeting, Bleaching Outing, get .value.
'"ry, Madras and lots of other goods. F. H. Realty Company. i Caro Syrup, can____________15c i

? i41?, Lawson. We regret to learn that D. Raven Syrup, can_________,,_10c > ,

; Mrs. E. L. Chapman of Loughman Wooten has been quite ill at his homeon Crisco,. per can________...____42c ,

''r" spent Tuesday in Kissimmee shopping south Bermuda avenue the past Lard Compound, Ib._______.._22c Our brand new line of Iron Beds Springs Mattresses f
,,:, end visiting-old friends. Mrs. Chapman several day Dee is one of our oldestas Early June Peas, No. 1 can___ 9c ,
... ,l is a former resident of this city well as one of our most upright
,, Corn, small can_____________lOc 4
: and her friends, here are legion. citieens and his many friends will Cooking Stoves Chairs Rugs Etc. have
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, /\,;',; Fine bungalow, pays good interexon hope for him a speedy recovery. Corn, large can_____________15c ,

{}' on much more than the price; close in, Fine orange grove with two good Whit*House Coffee, Ib._______35c arrived and exhibition
;i'" ; .,:-: -fine- locationcheap; Ask' Nelson houses adjoining village has good Maxwell Coffee; Ib.____,_____34c are now'on, at-ourstore--cor. 4
),1 t. ( ealty Company to show you. nineroomhouse' furnished, also packing Arbuckles Coffee .
pkg...______24cArb'uckles
caretaker's home
house and 18
; ': have good clients coming from acres bearing grove. Owner made it Coffee, can__;:____29c ner Darlington Avenue and Broadway. 1
: the North to buy property. List your his winteFTio'me, died lately and his Granulated Sugar, 10 Ibs. 95c ,

"'::1 I,1'\"0'/' price holdings we with will us use and-our If best reasonable endcacors in gains people. all Full live particulars North. A to decided interested bar White Meat, per Ib_.________33c You don't have to pay the Cash .to buy .from us.

, J: to sell it for you. Nelson Realty. Com parties. Nelson'Realty Company. Bacon Strips, per Ib-.______-45e

s1; pany. Picnic Hams Ib_._. 27c
per For small cash and
The hours for the band concert will ---- a payment monthly installments ,
"'\ We have a fine lace'for a rooming be changed next week to 7 o'clock for Grits, per Ib.-.-___________6i/ac easy
'': .' house, large lot, four blocks from the the Friday evening concert and 3:30: Lima Beans, 18c Ib; two Ibs __35c
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courthouse good neighborhood will furnish home
'" .. several l square bearing orange trees for the Sunday afternoon concert. Navy Beans, Ib_.____:,________19c we your complete.Call a
: This concert will be played the
on
"+ 4 s ," and other fruits; seven rooms fine lawn Broadway opposite Rober- Black-Eyed Peas, Ib_________13c h
?:,;,r; veranda nice view of lake; this is will n son's Pharmacy.on Bread for the accommodationof and look over our stock, and if we haven'twhat
bargain; owner needs money and
" sacrifice. Write Nelson l Realty Com- Conductor B. M. Tedder has been customers ____,_________ 5c *
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;'' pany for particulars. This is a snap. assigned his old run on the Sugar Belt you want we will get it for ',
't''; Fine stock farm,at sacrifice price to; line and has moved his,, family here SATURDAY ONLY you. ,i,.

"' )1'1''Je'!,,y' ') had settle better an estate pick; great this plum.bargain.Nelson You from They are Oviedo occupying where the he was house stationed.on Ver- Pillsbury Flour, 24-lb. ack$1.75 Remember we give prizes with cash purchases.

Realty Company ona street where they formerly lived. 12-lb sack 90c ,
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sack ._----______ _____$1.70 y Agency forColumbia Grapho oas .r'


Plowing, With a Ford Car Sdf-Rising Flour, 24-lb 12-lb sack.$1.65 sack 85c I and Records ,- ,.

12-lb sack ,85c
w "r Pulling a McKay Double Oat of town orders given prompt .

Disk Gang Plow.Demonstrations attention.
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,v.4 r..r, - will be given at Vine St. & Bermuda Ave. All Goods Guaranteed Refunded or Money C. H. GRANTHAM

'..". Saturday, October 6thl: Come and see it work.


J ,>,. Smith Form-a-Tractor B. DICKERSON "The-Satisfactory Store" : I .

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: ,Citrus County: The lick eradicar What is LAX-FOS '."

I CROP PESTS:t7ll.f.ER'FOUR I Lion and many movement farmers has who become did not popular care to, UX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA '"' I
CalhaltlO
; The Dining Roomor Duilfl 9 dip anxious their for cattle A chance.at first The'are building now A and Digestive Liv Tonic.Liquid ConUini Laxative Cascara Batk! , ".',

P Root, Rhubarb Root. Black ';y
Blue Flag
of vats has been delayed by the wet
TNtManhattan This 1s the fourth of a series of| Burn all such seed. Do, not' plantIrish weather but those that ore in are Root,May Apple Root,SenD.Leave. and s' '. ..
the control'ot, the tomatoes eggplant, Combines strength with paraa- "
Articles covering potatoes or used pepsin. .
extensively. '
; various insects and diseases we may I tobacco on land that has shown this Stearns' Paste being !table aromatic taste. Does not gripe. SOc -'it
t Hotel
expect on our Florida crops. I shall trouble. I
;it endeayor to give directions for avoid TOMATOES, EGGPLANTS and .
ing trouble as far as possible, for POTATOES should not, follow each for Rats aDd Roaches .' ************+++++*+ ++++*+*+++++++++*+* '. "

recognizing it when it appears, and other, neither is it well to follow eggplants

Is Now: Open for the best control. These articles or tomatoes with peppers or ,.,5,4.h..\.dr, ....Una..'0.toa.'$::100,000,000 01 11010. br wonltacks illllnt 01 t..d tk. o. G. Insurance Agency'
Wagner
cannot cover nil individual needs, so vice versa, though they have, not so' ,..d,. I.

Mr*. R. B. Save**, Owner and Mjr. I Invite.personal correspondence, many diseases in common., 5.......P....,......1'for w ,
whether from the, backyard gardenor BEANS should not be planted
& commercial planting" where the preceding crop has shown Two dun; IOld of.Seder. 2nd Floor Citizen Bank Bide., Phone No. 30. .

MRS N. M.,G. PRANGE, either anthracnose or blight or fol. '
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Committee PlantDisease lowing lettuce, celery cucumbers grass, corn, wheat, rye, oats) I In Osceola Go .
of '
Chairman ,
]> and Insect' Control on Jack- oreggplant. velvet beans, beggar. weed, peanuts> The Leading General Insurance Agency' : x .
HOTEL DUVALJACKSONVILLE onions, parsnip and sirawb rHeS and
'sonville, Ha. 4' Anthracnose is often called "pod"pot" turnips are but slightly affected. :F: WE REPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME'! OF NEW YORK, HARTFORD -
and
also "rust" though the '
1'lof Watson names forty-three AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE xf
Op"tI..ltq ,poMofflci" hot and,si'' cold 'BLIGHT or IRISH POT, TOES, 1s I real! rust diseasels entirely different. plants "in the order of the severityof 'COMPANIESAI.SO YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., f ow{
; rHtKr.ni. < The THE NEW
w water t1 'vRlor; tMeh| <)n< term "rust" comes from the edge ,
r""mll' wltheut J,.ath $I.. two "ImthM er- we commonly know it ia absolutely {I of' the pots being, tinged with' red the damage they'u8uall suffer, :t: AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF SIRE: :k'
same room, UlIo! ; with I which is not always that of the
l.COI ard two' JI'' tf"W'!! I r rl"' 'at controlled by I spraying with 'Bordeaux and the center; of a rusty color. Later of the infestation from ): LIFE ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO- "
severity ,
'.Tovtar, r. mixture, but there are two diseases they are dark and'sunken. They showon w
'f2.! a s. which will pleaTi-ns' .follows :: BURGLARY PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive --1::
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which must lie controlled )by crop roth* leaves and stems as well'as pods. : Okia, ; :, : 3.l :
tion -und seed selections) These are I I Antluacnose can bo held in check to cucumbers, tomatoes, eggplant, cantaloupes '
t'alled'ilt" us frequently us blight": an extent by spraying with fungicide celery, tobacco, peas, l: Insurance '
'and are distinguished by the causative but seed selection and rotationof peaches, figs c Irish potatoes, water
"r .,. : agents crops are' most important;? melons, beets, rowcllc,.asheent] pep. :y:;: ALSO BONDS 'AND LIABILITY. ;
I, Kuwirium wilt '(dry' rot) generally Blight shows its" irregular''' water. pels squash, lettuce, beans, rape, : IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY .PROTECTION ':
'attacks the plants when they are 'lIo ked patches which in dry weather pawpaws, carrot, pineapples, sunflowers 3 3. .
IS A WISE PRECAUTION.
CORSON FRBPIER|I about foot high or possibly a little become brown and papery and are bananas, (cotton radishes, f AGAINST LOSS : .
? later.. The leaves"" grow dull in color, easily ruptured leaving the foliage( sweet potatoes, asparagus/, cabbage, 66. oH+ C'OOO" CoO ..".. "
,, cauliflower, collards, soy beans, pecans ._ _. .
I! and curl at the edges.* Soon' the top ragged and torn. Later 'the pods .. - -
falls over and the plant' has the' appearance show watery, ulcer-like spots which Japan persimmons" sugar cane, .
SELLSFire of early ripening. If it is 'often become amber 'colored Plant kudzu ',
pulled up the roots will be found healthy seed and practice crop rota (To be continued) FOR SALE ASH PREFERREDOne .

partly dead, easily broken' and often I tion. Remove and burn all diseased State papers' please copy. .... '.,
Life, Accident and bearing a white or pink mold. A plants as soon as discovered YES! LIFT A CORN block of five Lots in South Part of Town 250 ,.
brown discoloration shows in the
un- j BLACK ROT OF CABBAGE has '
Health Plate Glass, Lia-. derground porl.ion'of the stem and in sometimes caused the loss of 75 percent OFF WITHOUT PAINt I foot front,, 208 foot depth.' Rich Muck Soil adapted for .t',
-- the branches leading to the tubers. and more of a crop and will live rf*
and Boiler Insurance. Later it develops in a ring near the over in fields and seed beds.. It also Cincinnati; Authority Tells How to Banana or Truck GrQw ng. Eighteen inch fall to city ,
,bHky stem end of the tuber quite similar to attacks cauliflower, collards, turnips Dry lip T a Corn or Callus So It, ditch' Makeyour for itself. " ;, '
,' home *' *>
'' Lifts Off With Fing(> : pay ::7'i
... Bonds Executed .the: ring so >haracteribtic(.bacterial etc The disease is easily.recognized rs
Legal blight. Look for this ring when cutting by the blackening of the veins. Diseased GAZETTE.
your ,seed potatoes and throw out plants should be burned at You corn-pestered men and women. Apply VALLEY ,
Same Day Needed. I all such'seed j; also all potatoes show once. Black rot is often introducedon need suffer no longer. Wear the shoes i i

_ ing shriveled ends. Burn this discard the seed and it is far safer to'die that nearly killed you before, says -- -- U
; feeding it to stock or using it in infect all cabbage seed before plant this Cincinnati authority,, because a I- 'I;
OFFICE: Slate Bank Building the compost pile will spread infection. ing. It- can b* put in a little cloth few drops of frt'(>Zone applied directlyon S.
Do. not plant either potatoes or tomatoes bag for convenience in handling a tender, aching corn ot: callus : ,I.
on land that has shown. this disease Soak for fifteen minutes in'formalin stops soreness at once and SOon' the
S. FLOYDDealer
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solution, 1-100 or corrosive: sublimate corn or hardened callus loosens so i It R. "
..tOOOG4t Ot tOo.o.. Bacterial blight shows by a sudden 1-1000 (one tablet;, to pint of water) / can be 1 if ten out, root and all, with I
wilting and drying up of the leaveson Wash thoroughly in clean water pnd out paint In 'I
M. TILLER the purt affected. Any part of the ,spread In the! shade to dry. A small bottle of freezone costs
plant may be attacked because thoughit I CELERY and LETTUCE never very little at aijy drug store, but will
Real Estate Agency. starts in the field from infected should follow each other, nor should positively I take off every hard or soft Groceries Ha.y Grain a.nd.Feed. !
L. .. soil or diseased seed, insects soon beans, cabbage or cucumbers follow corn or callus. This should be tried, ,
1 carry infection from diseased plantsto either of them, for the organism caus as it is inexpensive and Is said not to H.".
Realty bought and sold. I such part of a healthy plant they ing celery foot rot and lettuce drop irritate the surrounding skin. Corner Broadway'and Dakin Ave. I,
Houses rented. may feed upon. When once introduced also attacks beans, cabbage and cucumbers If your druRRist hcnn't any freezonetell )
the disease him to get a small bottle for
rapidly 'spreads all you "
Taxes paid and Titles verifiedfor through the plant tissues entirelyout CUCUMBERS OKRA CANTA- from his wnol! sale drug bouse. It is Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed

non-resident/ of reach of all spray applications. LOUPES, WATERMELONS, fine stuff and acts like a charm every
Fire, Life and Accident In Killing off the insects with poison SQUASHES, etc, never should sue- time.
sprays in carefully removing all diseased ceed: themselves or each other because ,
surance. plants from the field (burn troubles common to all. ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET - - - -- ---- ..
< Indemnity Bondi..W. them) 'is all the grower can do after SWEET POTATOES should not be SPECIAL REPORT -:
.o.t.o.oooo tto.o oo.. his crop is attacked. Irish potatoes I planted where rot has shown In the National Stock Yards, Illinois,
1 carrying this disease show a distinct field and greet care must be taken not
dark colored ring a* slight distance to further spread the sweet potato Sept. 25, 1917. Stout Lumber Co. '
O'f4d'E'04444 O'OO"OO.O'tOOC. from the outside of the potato. From weevil which is so destructive wherever TODAY'S RECEIPTS: Cattle,
this I 11000; Hops, 5000; Sheep 5000. '
ring, creamy, sticky drops will established.
Cattle With SUCCESSORS TO MAY-BTOUT (.UMBER co 1
exude if the cut ROOT KNOT seldom : a burdensome supply
you squeeze potato. or never atMART1N -
GRIFFIN I of 12500 on sale yesterday and 11000 DEALERS IN .r,...
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again today, the market was not able
to stand the pressure, and as a result YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS '
'' and t prices are fully 25c lower than the .,
Staple FaneyGROCERIES
close of last week on yearlings, while
grown cattle are 50c lower, LUMBER
QUOTATIONS: Good to choice
1 grass steers $8.50 to $9! .CO; medium Works in Connection
?a Novelty
to good $7.25 to $8.50; common to
medium $6.25.to $7.25; fat cows, $7 .
: : Free, Delivery to all Parts I to $7,50!" medium,$6 to$6.25cuttere} It is our pleasure give yon estimates at all times ,

', "1Lt.K' ' .V'','"of the City $5.50itoo& 1$5,75l$ :: canners ;( : yearling $6!tD' fl.
.Y.gy $ 501heretics $7",to$7.75aveal4$10Ito'I$151heavy
: : 'fir 'ttelslkiiiaa; ,', ?" It wfcl and i ; ' !
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save you, money ; bugs 21'1" : ,: KissininieeFlaP
Phone
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:-: tlil; trouble.: Gives description and ( $6.25; ;
t t- full information all seeds for good to choice stockers and feeders
(W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrel on
$6.75 to $7.75and medium
t CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW MARTINS 6U fall planting. Our stocks are com $6 to $6.75.HOGS ... kinds at

a 11 f. PLANT G plete, assuring prompt shipment. : Today's trade lOc higher,
\ A JAOUDNVUZ with a top of $10.35 Choice hogs ...
Offices: 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizens 5 at>ca G nom Martin's y-T esC t 180 JbbR! up $1865 to $19.J5:: ; mixed
Bank Building hogs 160 Ibs. up$17.85 to $1860; 120
JUssimmee Florid Southern Seeds to 160 Ib; pigs $17.50 to .$18; 90 to
115 Ib. pigs $16.75 to $17.50; best StateBankof
;1 Carefully grown, closely selected, always rough hogs $17.75 to $18'', and half]
j T T. M. RIVERS M. D. dependable. Full assortment gar fat roughs at 13.50 to $15. '
den and field. Strawberry and vegetable SHEEP: Lambs 25c to SOc tower,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON plants also a specialty. Write with fat sheep steady. Bulk of the
Office over Osceola Pharmacy.: today for our new fall catalog. good lambs! $16.25 try $16.75; medium Kissimmee
.P on. Residence El $15.75 to $1625; fat sheep $11; 'choppers '.
? r Office 148 } h E. A. Martin Seed Co.Jacksonville $7.CO/ to $8; canners $5; choice
breeding ewes $16 to $16.60. Fat The of the world
C.F.THRASHERSHEE7 .. FloridaFertilizer, eoS.907uotat eyes
eoS.907uotr.t .'
METAL WORKER angora goats $8 to $8.50; fat hair .
goats $7 to $7,75, and fat kids $8 to ..
MetAl Roof Pal on and $10 the who
Guaralll..d NATIONAL LIVE STOCK COM-. are on man

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J DR.: W. W. CARSON r NOVEMBER 4TII GO-TO-SUNDAY-

DENTIST SCIIOOL-IMY--!:- ;

y Office over Pilley Building Plans are being made in the Sun SAVESPAUSE
r'1 OfTIc Hours: -11 i-i day schools of the state for a big, .
OCIe 'Phon. 161 Residence
.... >dmlnl.ter..d for .Extraction'Phon..f al sweeping: ingathering on November4th
1 Teeth which is International Go-to-Sun-
y a With full realization of the disastrous influence of day..school day. One school in writ -'

O.r...KRIBE&'W;-3.- TEal: Ta :' -- the war on all business you tine, our buyers havep t- ing to the office of the Florida Sunday ,
KRIBBS & School Association asking: for free ,
: STEED forth unprecedented effort to secure the greatest ad.
programs, said: "We hope to double'our moment :
ATTORNEYS AT LAW vantages possible for our trade. attendance on that day," for; a young man, i ;,

Legal business of all kinds ftr. Governor Catts will issue a proclamation -
self. The
thought to
e prompt attention. within a few weeks, and it is a ;

Office 11 and 11 State Bank B1aa. Full Stock--Right PricesWe hoped that; throughout the state a concerted problems .that confront
4i R Klssimmee Florida. movement for larger attendance you now, or ':
and better schools will result. .
I From the office of the Florida Sun- will a few years hence.,. Ji
..at Johnston a. P. Otrr.t have a complete line of fertilizers and the day School Association last week

JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW greatest stock of fertilizer materials ever l known in were mailed more than 6,000 pieces of Look about yon-the men of affairs in country, state, nation '1;ti
the State of Florida. Prices are higher than in normal mail matter touching on this day. 1
in the world the who
yes, are men started to nave early in life.
) times, but are as low as consistent With existing From over the state are coming wordof a.!

4; .Offleee. 10, 11,Building and 12 Citizen Bans conditions. I Practically preparation.every state in the union They hare the respect and confidence of the community W a

will observe this, day, and Florida will \:
'i KiMlromae. Fla. take her place with the others in making Then look on the other side-at the fellows who spend all they '. rt

Ideal FormulasOur this a big day.MA make-they may have a good time for 'a while, but what does their .

LEWIS O'BRYANATTOBNEYATLAW personality. reflect? .',

.t e' formulas all have the same perfect proportioning YR'S A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the ";'

; v Waring.Bulldiat.13k \ and blending of ingredients that have made nucleus of an honorable, independent career. !! ;'

their superior field value the past quarter century. Wonderful Remedy for Make your beginning now-today. Your bank ...
'. Quality has not been sacri ficed in the slightest de-: book will pare the way. '. '? '

,&'ree. Write for catalogue and price list., STOMACH .
........ b 'J.,W.,THOMPSON ; TROUBLEOne Capital stock ________________*.. ____ ____ $100,000.00
," ."" I Resources over ______-__________-_________ 400,000.00 a'.,

Funeral DirectorAND Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer 'Co.i i dose convinces.J. Officer and Directors: '
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.. Manufacturers IDEAL FERTILIZERS ROBERSONand .C. A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY, V-E. i
III,
Dealers in .
Spray Machined and Insecticides. I

Jacksonville, Florida, .... other reliable druggists. ROMA THOMAS. Cashier .I

t LICENSED EMBALMER N. C. BRYAN. N. B. CARSON M.KATZ. .'
,: Waters. ,& Carson Grocery Co., Local Agents Drive Out Malaria.Build Up System C A. CARSON IL FLEMING, E. LESLEY, ri

: Story: mad ,Chapel,, Stewart.Ara.. ,The Oaovr Old,a Standard TASTKLBsa imcr.l chill tmutbvnln TONIC,drive tonic,out, J. WADE ,TUCKER,. Director.,I Ia.

1 :t.,,, ', *l_... JrIa.', ,......... I I .Materla.enrichc.tlie... A true tonic. For blood.aa4baUd8J'Pu.adult sad. ciUldna.._too
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KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1917 SEVENa.. ,.

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IMS i'I I II 4.11 I I I I I I-I'I I.1-F I attorneys fee may be recovered by rouse that Tvn D. Allen one of the 1/r wards:si heirs at law of iano Edwards
suit In1 court of conlpetent'Jurisdic- Respondent therein named I* a nonresident I deceased; do ba and appear to,
tion by the board of county commissioners of Florida and a resident of the said hill of complaint! at the elfin
;i Catarrhal 'Cough LegalAdvertisements fur the u* county In" which such road may In- in over th age >pf twenty-one years; met Florida, on Monday, the' 6th. day.
1 located anil1, '. any recovery shall be paid that there In no one In the state of of November A. 1>. 1917, tha tame be.
' Mr. W. S. Brown R. F. D. No, 4, o : Into the county road fund." Florida the service of subpoena upon Ing the first Monday of said months
Any Notice, Is hereby given that this law whom would bind *.a>d Respondent; It and that this order be published In the
Box 82, Rogers. villa, Tennessee, oneSuffering will ba strictly unforced and that any la. therefore, ordered that said, nonresident Klsslmmee Valley Uasette, a, news
'Lf. --writes! ; i 11111111 111 in i n in i INOTIC'.J violation thereof will be prosecuted 'a* respondent Iva I>. Allen, h*> paper' puUllahed weekly and of general.
'I", "I feel It my duty to recommend with I outlined above and h.. hereby la required\ to appear circulation' Oaceola. County, Florida, ,
all sufferer of catarrh. Hy direction of the Board of County to the bill of complaint tiled In said once each week for four ((4) coneculive
Peruna to or (Catarrh in S* ,Commissioners. cause on or before Monday the 5th day weeks prior to said day. ':
cough. In the year 1909. I took a Notice Is hereby giVen that the following JOHN .CADEL of November A. I>. HIT otherwise the WITNESS: my hand and of
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severe 'case. of the la grippe. I then Any formI resolution was adopted by the County Attorney. allegations of acid bill will he taken said Court at Klsslmmee. Florida. thl.
bad cough. I had taken all I Hoard. of Supervisors of the UPPER an confessed by said respondent.It the 17th day September/ A. U. 1817.'
a 8T JOHNS URAINAOR DISTRICT at IB further ordered that thin order'be J. L. OVER9TREET. ,
I winAdvise ,
kinds of cough remedies but got no a meetinic held by said Board on the HIM; TO' QUIET' TITI.H published once a week for four consecutive Clerk Circuit Court Osceola _jCvuntr.;: joo tr
relief. 'I then decided to try Peruna. 7th day of September lf 17: week In the Klsslmmea Valley Florida
used five bottles. After taking five them "BB IT RKSOL.VKD. that any per I. ('11'':.'' r....1'.. Revestk Judicial flrcnll 43a.cette., a newspaper published InK (Circuit Court Seal 4O.fr
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ton corporation co-pai tnershlp, or of Florida I. mmm for / ....* "..Imn'..., Osceola County .Florida
bottles'my cough *topp d and my To take other person owning any land within .' r.mmtr- I. fkaa. >r..rr. Hartow Mated thl'September list. 1117. NOTICE OF EXEC TOI'
catarrh was cured. My average Upper St. John Drainage District I..... Jt ('...1.. ( .......",., H forper* J. U OVERSTRKKT, '
-weight was 115 and now I weigh Peruna whose land may be assessed for the silo. ..... Jaeksoailllr, Tampa A : (,(.al) Clerk Circuit Court. I. Court .( Cenatr ....*.. Oaeel
totaltax levied by thin Hoard under KerVent Kall-rar Ca_->..\'. w. 'H. CRAWFORD.Rollrltor .
"lU"%. Any one suffering with Catarrh the provision of Chapter 468. Acts of <'erpor.tloa the ..'...,.h..1 for Complainant. 41I. -" Caanty. State ./ Plerla'a ',
In any form I will advise them to '.ThoSe' who object to liquid medicine 1811, shall have the, privilege of paying CesspaMy for I......... u. I. I. re Estst..1 ..... W., T..__. i
take Peruna. .can procure Peruna Tablet such' total assessment to the ..d - ---- --- treasurer of this Drainage" District at ....... Hlrk.rtl K. Hkelilnsil l.h'.1. m Notice Is' hereby given to all whom
his. office In Melbourne Florida, at anytime .N. Wllkle-... tlmr. Alter "'. The Board of County CommissionersIn It may concern that on the 12th day of d '
same is accepted otherwise said on or before the 15th day of Uoto kin wlfel J. M. l>rr..er and Oetavlallreoner. and for Oaceola County "Florida willreceive December A. D. 1917, I shall to p
. Proceedings of the her A. U. JK17, such amount to be the kin wlfel .-'... l.ventmext bids on the construction the Honorable T. K. A( Judge of
'check to be returned to us. full amount of said total! tax less any ('.....p..,., a .'erporatlo.t' Hubert J. eighteen hundred feet of brick. road said Court a* Judge of Probate, for my
Respectfully submitted, I amount aided thereto to' meet the interest K.rtr..riln and Kraarls.l. ('..pl. .os nine feet wide' with concrete curbing, final discharge a. Executor of the ..- al
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ST. charge" also heretofore levied by Hole Hnrvlvlav: .eutarN, of the up'to in ... nl. October 13th. t 91.7. tate of 'John W. Thomr.on. deceased! ,
this Board" I.KMtlll ..d TeMlameat ..r JacobKdwardM. The Board reserve the right to reJect and that at the I will present -
County Commissioners CLOUD FLORIDA WITNESS my band, as Secretary of : drreanedi Hohert J. Kd. any or nil bids.ERNEST my final accounts as Executor of!
?- By Arthur-. Donegan Pres. said.. l Hoard, and thii sral'of said Ills- marilis. Hannah ..:.)-...rd. ..d tire MACH Chairman said estate, and sale for their approval., ,,'
.;6 Approved and accepted:' (net, at Melbourne Florida, this 27th M. Edwards, rklldrrn sod Hole I Attest: Dated June 11th A. D. 1911.IItDOAR ".
of '. heirs J. U OYPRSTRKKT. Clerk. 41-Jt D. HOaAN1
day S..pt..nlb.PIT. jit Ian .4th. said Jar oh Kit "
ERNEST MACH Chairman '. ENK8T: II. EVKHY, words. *lrreSK*>d. Illll to ( 28- mos Executor.
Kissimmee. Fla., Sept.. 17, 1917. Board 'of County Commissioners! Os (Real!) Hvcretary, Title. t..I.1 >OTICHrommssloner's f
of Commissioners ceola Fla. 42-.t ,'' NOTICE! OF HTKrilTOR
The Board County : County It nppeHrlna. ; iron, the return of '
'. in and for Osceola county Florida, 4 J. L. OVERSTREET Clerk', sheriff upon the subpoena 'Issued In Districts an established (For Flul-I.nurlm .....) '"."i[

met. in special .session 'on, tfle above Board of County Commissioners Os MAMTKIf!' HA 1.1.} above st.vledrauHp for the ".. \ th"l by the Board of. County Commissioner .
Jacksonville.! Tampa & Key West in and for OAceola. County Florida, C.... a' Ce..ty Judge O.el. '
date there' being present Ernest ,ceola County Fla. NOTICE Is' hereby 'given that under way Company, a corporation under at a regular """lIlon. of said Board CouBtr State at> Klarld.
:Mach, chairman; E. L. D. Overstreet Attest: and by vlrturet a Final Decree. 'In laws of the Htate of Florida.-that service AuKUsf6th, 1917, are as. follows: I.'Ita .,;...*. .( ...... MeL.sishlla.Notice' ,

A. F. Bass B. H. Guy"and J. K. Hil- The board instructed the clerk to Chancery, In the rase of the Waters & of. process cannot be had against" I ..fom-BlMtaavr* District No. 1 -
Carson Urocery Company A Corporation the said corporation, d..t"lanl:1 Is hereby "given, to all whom
lard Commissioners; John S. Cadel write the Prison Board and ascertainif vs. 'J. A. Cheek and Willie May by reason '...f. the failure of Beginning at the Northwest cornerof It may Concern that on the list day at
attorney ,for the board, and J. L. they could furnish Osceola' County Cheek his wife, pending In the1 Circuit the said corporation to 'elect officers 01* 1 Township Twenty-five (25) South, October A. D.1'17, I shall : ta ?
Overstreet, clerk. enough convicts to fill'out contractsfor Court of the Seventh' Judicial Circuit .appoint. agents and that such ofAcers Range Twentv-seven: J7) East, run. the Honorable; T. M. Murphy, Judge of
of the Htate of Florida., In and for and atrents. If elected or appointed are ; nlnnr thence Southerly and Easterly on said Court a* Judge of Probate. for my t
called order its the remainder of the which
The board was to by year Osceola County In Chancery, the un- and have been for a period of six 16) I the county line to Lake Cypress thence final discharge an Executor- the a*.
chairman Ernest Mach. shortage is about twenty men. deralKned. as Special; Master, will sell months next -before. the IssulnNr'of said along" Ih..' margin of Lake Cypress to tate of John McLaughlin deceased:
The following sealed bids were received The Board also instructed the clerk at public salt, to the blithest and best Writ nbsent from the Htate and thatsuch the center of the canal connectingLake '" and that at the same time I will present i
bidder for cash at the Court House In officers and agents arn unknown. Tohopekallga Cypress my final accounts as Exeoutot of1
for 'sale of $100,000 Special to'advertise forbids for the construction Klsslmmee, Osecola County. Florida, Ills thereupon ordered that the said thence along the .. frr of sold canalto said estate, and ask fur their approval.
Road and Bridge District No. 1 bonds, of eighteen hundred feet of brick durljiK the hours of legal" sale, on Monday defendant Jacksonville, Tnmpa & Ke\ Lake 'Tohopckallna thence Northerly Dated April. 2lrd. A. D. 1917. ,..
to-wit: road between Kissimmee and St. the 6th day of November A, I). "','sl Hallway Company, do appear. trt along the west margin-of said' Lake R. B. MCLAUGHLIN, ;
and defend complainant' bill Tuhopekallfta to the center'of,. Shingle: April -gmos Executor
F. r... .Fuller Co. $9,377.88:; and Cloud Florida; bids to be received 11111. the following' described real estate of complaint "
*. The up with Its t herein filed, on or before the 3rd Creek thence following the center of
* .accrued interest.Graves to lO.a. m., September 18th, 1917. Lot Eight appurtenance(8). Nine" (9)* :-dlt-.n: day of December. A. D. 1S17, and that Shingle, Creek to the county line ORDER FOIL Pl'DblCATION 'j 1
& Blanchett 95731.00, and Commissioner J. K. Milliard made a (to) of Shoemaker's Sub-division of this order be published once each week thence West along said county line to -.'--.

accrued interest. motion that L. n..Ingram be appointed Block DI. and II. of Robert Bass' Addition for to said the space day In of the two Klsslmmee(2) months Valley prior point of beginning. !. Clrealt ('..rt.-Htat .( Flarld* I I I1
to the Town of Kissimmee 'Ior-
CaMMlMleaer'. District No. 2Beginning
Robinson-Humphry-Wardlaw Co., game warden of Osceola county at URz..tte.Ord..r..d. .. \
O. J. II. Clara O. f. Krihb-s $96,112.50, And accrued interest. a salary of $50 per*month which mo- ida.The, purchnsec, : at such sale to' pay and done at Det-and. Florida at a. point In the center of ,....-... I'omtmlmlmmmt ..... Robert

Cummins, Prudence & Co., $96,567- tion was seconded'by E. L. D. Over- for the Master's o..d.Dut..d this 1917.$9St. the I8th ,lay of September A. D. Shingle viding Township Creek, on the 24 and Township Township line dl.25, F. Dra... Lo.j.e .11'..., his wlfel C.
.
October 6th. A. !) 1917. W.'Ilraaa mm* I.llllB* Her Rrasiau
00, and accrued interest. street, and carried by unanimous vote, W. B. ('RAVJo" >tU). JAS. W. r.ERKINS thence,running Southerly'and Easterly kin Wife, mmm Flys.-H.rris-R.Ilard

C. If. Coffin 96601.00, and accrued and it was so ordered. Special Master.KRIUHH __Jud.tp.NJTI14 alone: the center line of said and Creek followingthe towhere C..4 forporatlaa, U.f........ I"
The board instructed & HTKKD.Hollcltors : meanderings
interest. the clerk to -
It Into Lake Tohopekallga. -
empties
The Hanchett Bond Co., $100,000 write the clerk of the Circuit Court of for Complainants. <24tVO1'ICK TO CIIKiniTOItS thence through said Lake to a Xrvrmtm JmtMml CI......., O*...al* C...->.

and accrued interest "conditionalbid. Orange county and ascertain if Orange TO IMBI.lr nOAU l'OIEI"1! la Court of Ike Count.?"Judge IIIt.t. ofKlorlda. town ''Of where Klsslmmee Stewart City Avenue, If extendedwould In the tr. !.-<10..1'7.. "

." county had a detention home as enter the said lake, thence In a It appearing by affidavit appended to,
.J. S. Sutherlin,& Co., $100,000 and required by "Chapter 6841, Acts of The attention of all ejsons using .la re ICalale of. anlel .t..oo.O.- Northwesterly course along the centerof the bill flied In the above-stated cause .+
accrued interest "conditional bid." 1915. the public roads of Osceola County .01. Couaty. Stewart Avenue to the center of that Robert F. Bruns and Louise "
Commissioner J. K. llilliard Is hereby called to Sections No.860 To all Creditors. Legatees Distributees Broadway,, thence up the center of Bruns. his wife, two of the defendant HI
G. B. Sawyer & Co., $96,110 and accrued madea and No. Kfli of Main thence
the Compiled Laws of and all Persons having Claim Broadway to Street, up therein named are non-resident of the "
-interest. motion that County Surveyor J. E. .Florida the same being extracts from Demand against said Estate: or the center of Main Street to the cor. Stats of Florida, and are resident of t
First National Bank, St. Cloud Johnston be instructed to make a survey Chapter (9HI! Acts of 1H01. which reada. You, and each of you are hereby notified porate limits of the town of Klsslmmee City of Cincinnati, Sims of Ohio, each .
follows: and required to City thence along the center of the over the age of twenty-ona year: It .
:Florida $96,000. and accrued interest. of all county roads and plat same Section 880. "Operators turpentine claims and demands which present any Dixie Highway to the county line, ,Is therefore ordered that said. non-resl. .,
First National Bank, St. Cloud and to confer with the clerk and the cart on public loud repair the either I of you, may have against you the or thence West along said county line to dent defendant. be and they are hereby

i l _..- Florida. $96,500 and accrued interest. county attorney in preparing deeds same.-Any person that shall run or estate of Daniel l Kastwood. deceased point of beginning.: required to appear to the bill of '"
"conditional bid." for all right of way not now on record operate a IOK timber or turpentine late of Osceola County Florida, to the Camialaslenvr'a District No il ..om plaint filed In said cause on or be. il.)
cart or on or of November
wagon over any public undersigned Administrator of said fore Monday, the 6th day :
r First National Bank of St. Cloud which motion' was seconded by.E.L. roads In this State, and any person within Two years from the date estate Beginning" : at a point lit the center of A. D. 117 otherwise the allegation ?
Florida $100,000 and accrued inter- D. Overstreet. Motion carried by habitually limiting heavy loads of any hereof. the Dixie Highway, and on the line dividing of said bill will be taken a* confessedby .1\
unanimous vote. kind on or over such ahajl keep the Dated October tat, A. D 1917.A. Township 24 and Township 25, said defendant. tt \
est, "conditional bid. portion of such roads used by them B DROUGHT. and run duo Rant along said Townshipline It I I.. further ordered that this order '
Terry Briggs & Co., $96,120, and accrued There being no further business be- In, as "food condition and rppalr as the 4.-9t Administrator. to the Northeast corner of S..tlonI. ba published onCe a week for four con. "f,
interest. fore the boards they adjourned to meet portion of the said road', or public , Township 26 South, Range" Tlhtry secutlve week In the Klsslmmae Val'
roads ht their vicinity, not used by (80) East thence South to the watersof published In
again in special session the 22nd ORDER Fun Pt'llI.ICATIONIn : Icy Uaxette a newspaper
National Bank of St. on '
First
Cloud them are kept"Section East Lake Tohopekalla-a. thence sold County and State.
Florida, $97,010, and accrued interest. day of September, 1917, to receive 862. "Liability of such user Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit. Southwesterly across said Lake. to the This 18th day of September' 191T.
j""" bids on construction of road between for damages.--Any person violatingthe Osceola County In' Chancery. Southern canal connecting East. Lake Tohopc J. I* OVER8TREKT:
Kissimmee and provision of this chapter shall be Colonization, Company, a corporation kallga and Lake Tohopekallgra, thence Clerk Circuit Court.
The board took a recess until 2 p.m. Loughman, canvass liable In civil action for all damages vs. Iva D. Allen and J. L over- along the center of said canal to waters W. J. STEED..
tho returns of the bond election heldin caused to such public road and the street us Clerk Circuit Court. of Lake Tohopekallga thence Solicitor for Complainant ,
commissioner's district No. 4, Sep cost of repairing; the same, which It appearing" by affidavit ofV.. II. across said Lake to Western Margin. (Circuit Court Seal) UHJ
The board met at 2 p. m., there being tember ]15th 1917, and to transact amount, together with a reasonable Crawford filed In the above stated U-rn Northerly along the' Western _
of the Lake to a point where
board OP ADMINISTRATOR
NOTICE:
? a full present. such other business as may come be. rihlngle. Creek empties Into said Lake,
l__ The matter of sale of bonds was fore them. 1 thence across the Lake to a point -
again taken up and the board after ERNEST MACH Chairman. where Stewart Avenue In the Town of I. Court at aaatr .Sadie, Rate .f '
considered all bids received by KlHslmmae City. If Extended would en- Flarlda. "
having Attest: I i ter the said Lake, thence In a Northwesterly -
them decided that the bid of the First J. L: OVERSTREET Clerk.: course along the center of
; I. re Estate .1 D.I_ 0...._ O.ee.laCeu.ty.
National Bank of St. Cloud, Florida Stewart Avenue to the, center of ..
for $97,010 and accrued interest the' Broadway, thence up the center of
LEMONS SKIN Broadway to Main Street, thence up
highest; and best bid. Whereupon MAKE. I Licen"seNofice I It the center of Main Street to the corporate Notice Is hereby !given to all whom i
said bid was accepted and the follow 'I WHITE SOFT, CLEAR limits of the Town of Klsslm It may concern. that on the 10th day ofDecember.
A. I shall to
' ing contract signed in open board: mee City thence along the center of the .DT.ll7H r Judge of
the Dixie Highway to the county line,
SS jigKissimmee, Fla., Sept 17, 1917IU /,, ; Make this beauty lotion yourself for a :' same being the' point of beginning. "' aid Court, as Judge of Probate, for
>norabler Hoard of County' Commis4 : few''cents: ; and'aee for'yourself . " my final discharge a* Administratrix
; .1' 4
I" < "ionere Osreola' County;:'K issim- " ,1 _, " "t,.. ' . I o .. I
Lia'glnnln"; at'theiNo'hh..ut'Cdrn' ,. of .d,. and that at the **sn time I will '
,
Florida.it JWSP q tl What girl 'or woman hasn't heard of !'t"':'> \\1\f\ ?
mee:! ) : J) ! :\ Township 26 BolHh.' Range* 34 'Kant.: and seAdminl.trat Court saidnestate tad
entlemen'J": For your $100,000 lemon juice to remove complexion t 1 i running thence West along the county of .
'bonds of Special Road 'and Bridge' blemishes; to whiten the skin and to line to the Range. line dividing Town. ask for their approval.. "
) HIT.JACltlB
Dated JuneIth A. I
I 80 and 31 thence South along :! '
District No. 1 of your county, bear- bring out; the roses the freshness and i All occupational license taxes ships said Range line: to East Lake Tohope.kallga. ANN GRAHAIt'38Imo. : J

ing interest at the rate of 6 j per cent the hidden b euty? But lemon juice thence Southwest: to the head of Administratrix., .' '

payable :semi-annually alone is acid, therefroe irritating, and x the drainage canal on said Lake,
per annum I t thence down the center of said canal to oitmcit ov rinMATiox:
both principal and interest' payable at should be mixed with orchard white ': are due and payable October 1st. :$:: Lake. Ttihoprkallga, thence1'est
the Hanover National Bank,. in New this way. Strain through a' fine cloth 3 I across said Lake to its'estern Mar- In rlrrnlt Court. 1'I..t' JndlHnl fir.
York City, maturing in equal annual the juice of two fresh lemons into a .r. ..' Kin thence South on Wentshorn of mild cult of ......1'..... In ..> bottle containing about three Lake! to the canal I. thence down thecenter In ( lancer,.
installments of $5,000() each year from ouncesof ::1: Owners of automobiles must l of said canal to Lake Cypressto -
.luly 1st, 1918, until the entire issueis orchard white then shake well and pay where said canal Intersects the llnrtntv'l.and: A Cmttlr Cnmnanr. a Corpomtlnn. ;

paid, we will pay you $1)7,010) and you, have a quarter pint of skin and Township line dividing Township 27 ... Jnripion.|llr, Tamp fJ
accrued interest.. complexion lotion at about the cost fractional license for period from and 2X, thence )Must along said Town-of & Key V* r.t Hallway "' .. .'aCorporation '1
ship line to the Northeast corner
.'.
Mill ( aletTitlv.
rt to
We agree to take up and pay for one usually pays for a small jar of ordinary Township, 28'Mouth/ Kanire 31 East. 4,

the bonds in the following manner: cold cream. Be sure to strain h thi'itce., South to the Southeast cornerof The romplalnnnt nhove named hav-

$25,000 (Twenty-Five Thousand) 'the the'bottle lemon then juice this so no lotion pulp will gets remain into ::: October: 1st to December 31st. ::: Ki'iHtiTii: sold 1 Township Boundary,", thence of the 1 Knst: county to the, nf till"o"'I.lurnt.sled In" this It ,iv court< "i thrt its In sworn its belief hill ', ,1::'I'

Dollars as soon' as approved and' thence North along the county line to hennre parties, firms and
persons
leady, and Twenty-Five Thousand pure and fresh for: months. When applied point of beginning. corporations claiming' to hold or have :

Tiollars! $25.000)) each month thereafter daily to the face neck arms and :J. Information will be filed against ::1: 4*<.......1..1..1'*. District No; 5DiKlnnlnir some right!: title or Interest ..t. In and J" ,
to the lands hereinafter described.
hands it should
to clear
help bleach
until all are taken up and paid;l nt the Northeast corner of whoa. places of sldenco and
names
Jor.Ve reserve the privilege to take smoothen! and beautify the skin. y x Township 29 South Range .14 East, abode, nod post office addresses are .
Any druggistwill supply three ::: automobile :: and running thvnco South along the to romplnlnnnt unknown and having ,!
up all of the bonds ux POOH us approved every owner or operator : county line I to the TownMilp line I dividing !
or any part thereof prior to ounces of orchard white at very little Townships 32 and 33, thenceVest. prayed, relief against, and such unknownmrtles
firms corporation
.' the above date I cost and the grocer has the lemons. along said Township line to the KIssimnteu and! demanded persons the entry of 'an orderof .

You are to furnish us with a full I and every person required y yto Western. Itlvor litfund.iry thence of North tho county along" the to Htntute puhllre'.Ion herein, pursuant to the .,d

and complete certified/ transcript of j ADVERTISED LETTERS 4iUti Cypress| thence North and Kant: It la ;thereupon ordered that all parties
the record of proceeding leading ; along th.. West Shore of Lake Cypressto
up"to persona, firms and corporation
and culminating in the issuance Following is the list of uncalled for pay. occupation tax who has the 27 Township and 28, the Line tiro dividing East: along" Townships said- 'Inlmliur to have or hold any rl rhl. ,
title or Interest by throu"h'.r under
' and delivery of the bonds to us, evi I letters remaining in the postoffice line to the Northeast turner of Township he Jarttsonvllta, Tampa &" Key Vest
dencing their to the satisfac- | 2S South HanKe 31 East thence
legality
Kissirpmee Florida for the two weeks not done October 31st thu Southeast corner fit snldTownship Hallway Company a corporation cresled -%
so on South to
of
tion of our attorneys bonds to be delivered thence East to point of be- and existingunder the laws
,
to us at some place to be designated ending Oct. 15, tin 7. KliinliiK. the State of Klorinn. ; the Pennsyvanln.
1 Robert Allen Rev. J. H. Hill Mrs ERNEST: MACIt Chairman. Company for Insurance on Lives and
by us. 1917. After that date the licensewill Granting Annuities, *s a corporation
I W. M. Attest: Trlllll..i '.
We agree to print and furnish the Maggie Franklin Jackson J. I. OERSTHEET, Clerk. existing .. of
blank bonds ready for signature. I Simon King A. Smith, Miss Ella 38-41 the State of Pennsylvania Richard K. ,"

We attach hereto our certified check Wesion Sany. Weathers ((2),), Henry be doubled-in addition to fees- 'Sheldon r N. Jacob WJkle.JtlayMie&Wllkle Edwards as Trustee:. 'r,
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itTthe sum of $5.000toDe-held "by-you -C.atl.'lr.------ TSOTICK' FOil ptnl.JC.'TJON his wife, J. M. Dresser and Oetavla "I

as evidence of our good faith' in carrying B. B. SIMPSON Department of the Isiterlor, U. S' Lead Dresser his wife; Fain Investment ?"',
Postmaster. Office at <;.lne.Tllle, Vim.AnKvst Company a corporation: Robert J, Edwards .
out the terms' of this bid if the and
: of Sheriff Clerk Prosecuting Jit, 181T. and Francis I. Chapln A*
.'. NOTICE 18 hereby given that PeterJ. sole surviving executor of the
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Daley of Lnughman, Florida. who Last Will and Testament of Jacob
Ot.OO..O.O..OOO..Ot..OOO.OOOOO..O..........! If doubt i on December 22, 1(12 made Home-' FMwards. deceased: Robert J. .Ed.
y Attorney. in as'. to your 'stead Entry, No. 012328. for 8W44 of wards, Hannnh .:dward.. .and Grace &f.
NWV4 and WM of 8W'4. Section So, Edwards, either a* heir nt law do.vlsees .
i Township 25 8.? Range: '27 E., Tallahassee grantee. legatee" *. widow,
license consult Tax Collector Meridian has filed notice of Intention creditors, llenom., beneficiaries under
$3.65JACKSONVILLE or to make Three.year Proof to establish trust, or otherwise and all parties
claim to. the land above de- r"rsonll. firms and corporations claim
I srrlhedl before Clerk Circuit Court at Interest of any kind or charao* y
Prosecuting Attorney before date i Klsslmmee.; Jo Florida' on the 19th day of ter of. In and to the lands and tens ..
and October, 1917.Claimant meats described In sajcl bill of complaint ,
names as witnesses: tn-wlt:
B. A. Sullivan of Loughman FIll East half. and northeast quarter of
I
Return mentioned. No exception.will be W. L.. Sullivan of Loughman Fla. northwest quarter ofection section *"rnX"four
It/.
B. O.'Hancock of Loughman, Fla.C. (24): all of thirty-six
T. Sullivan of Loughman Fla. township thirty-three (**l south,
ACCOUNT OF nOBT. W. DAVIS range thirly.two (12) eat
made and arrests will immediately I Jg-St Register. Southwest quarter of northwestthirty). ot!

southwest nquarterhofssection -
OIIDKII OF BMOATUCV

U. C V. REUNION follow failure to 'pay this I. <'11'. ''.'' f'v.rt.-Hevesitll Jndlrlal (Clr four south All (34)of range.....r.tlon.township thlrt-/our thirty-lour thlrly-ft..e(I4) (14)"a.t(15).n"

colt. *t Fiends. lm cad for O....*l. thirly-.11r Uf>. lownshlp thlrty..v.n Tpast
". ......t\l'. I. f..acer7. e (ii) south range thlrly-four (14)
In the
" being
tax before October 31st. lying and "
-- situate of FlorIda,
State
B.ri.w Lard A.Cattle't.**rmmTm C...- County of o.c.ola aDd bUr
:. p.r.tl.., ... Js>elts....111.. Tape do be and appear to .ompl.ln"nt'tof the Clerk )
Tickets Sold October 7th and 8th. *., Key MTvat Railway. (<..p.\I'. a herein filed at .t the Kissimmee office Florida,
( .1'_rmtt.., et a'. BUI.. Quiet of s.ld Court Monday In January; A. D '
first
Title. .n the the 7th day of
being

Final Limit October 13th W. B. CRAWFORD Upon the filing- -of-the bill of complaint said 1118 month the same:each and that week this for order twelve b. pal(U>).'.

r herein duly worn to a. providedby U.hed once .....k. prIor to tbe data
-Statute.' It Is ordered that the defendants eon."atl..a/ In the KI..lmm V leT
Prosecuting Attorney. tile Pennsylvania Company I..t aforesaid newspaper publl.bed and
1 : VIA Insurance on Lives and Granting, Gasette general, a circulation .Ita O.It.o4
Annuities a, corporation, as Trustee of
C.: L. Richard Leslie N. Wllkla CvVV&ESSr'.nd and the taJ of..
Bandy and May Alice Wilkie. his i e. J. M. said Court at Klsslmmea., riorfda. thllVh
Atlantic Coast Line Dresser and Oetavla Dresser, his wife;) 17th day of September. A. D. tt"' ..,
Robert Edwards ami- Francis IAChapln. :,. 1.0. OVBR8TBBBT. w

: Standard Railroad of the South: t 4Z- Tax f Collector. the Last. as Will sole and surviving Testament xecutors of J fob of -Clerk Florida.Circuit,'Court- ,0.0801& Couaq.'i.' '

'.' Edwards, deceased; Robert / Edwards. Court B.al .'
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'I'IOI'IO IOI"OI ICi 4+ 4aa';',I STENOLAKEAN'S' AND- PLAN ORGANIZE FINE PROGRAM ''LETTERS FROM, .CO,; B CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER.! ;I


. Notes $ II 0 .

T.t Society .. The Stenolakeah! Literary: Society SALIVATES
MAKES YOU SICK AND
CAMP WHEELER Qa.: 'J
i s < I I of the sccola] 'High School held an enthusiastic Mahon'
Mrs. E. E. Wells, Editor.) !, reorganization: meeting In (kt.. 3.-The camp 'wife here Is not so ,
the nuditoilum when officers Were pleasant as it was in Kissimmee. We

Request if made to all patron of the Valley Gazette to tend! item i mittees elected' for were the appointed ensuing year The and members com do miss so very much the kindness of "DodsoD's Liver Tone" 'Star1$., Your Liver Tone tonight, Your druggist or dialer ) .. 'L f
of Dodnon'ALiver
sells 50) cent bottle
4 I are loyal and enthusiastic, and the warm-hearted people of Osceola Jon a
*f Society E"Db0 the Editor for publication in these column, the outlook for the coming year's county, Better Thao Calomel and You Don't back guarantee Tone: under that my lIch,personal 8wx| >nful money-will

_ _ _ . _ ... _ . _ _ _ _ _ . ........ . _ i officers work is are exceptionally: favorable., The The existing uncertainties as to. Lose a Day's. Work clean.your sluggish liver better than a. l
.11I. . . . . . .. . . . . . . 9' ,the amount of food money and- of done o(, nasty calomel and that it won'ttuake ;
.. President, Murray Overstreet. I
I Io 'OU sick, .
I.L ....O..O' C 0 o-O'. Vice-President, Miss Norma Griffin. human life, aside from many smaller Liven up your sluggish liver! Feel podnon's) Liver Tone !I. real liver.
a Secretary-treasurer' Walter Bass considerations, put to work the minds fine and cheerful : make your work a
I
III"dieilYou'll I know it next
,, *. FULEECHEK. CAMP FIRE *. FORMER KISSIMMEK MAN <. Critic, ,:Mm Muriel Prentis. of the thinking people of the world! pleasure! be vigorous and full of ambi 1; you will .wake feoilnfin.morningIx'oaUBn / ..,. '.
"00. GIRLS a WINS I'lTTSBUHG J BRIDE I Ser ean -at-arms? Miss Porchie tion. Hut take no.naMy, dangerous, up headache ,
? o a 4t .' 4a Ph'rl o. each nation more strongly of its own calomel because it makee'you'pkk'/ and your liver will Ix1 working
and each smaller unit more strongly/ and dizziness gone; nU>mucli will be
.OOO..40, -O.O..OOO :-:.:-:.." 4s'aa .aa Program, Grace Committee Gilbert: Misses and Carolyn MurielPrentis of its own; and I want to say that y Calomel lone is a-.mercury ork.or quicksilver FN'Ct Hiid,bowi-lu rogulur.Dodoon's ..i\.

; The Fuleechee Camp Fire Girl Many Kissimmee;;; friends will read' Frip Kissimmee did at once think' of her which causes necrosis i of tllo.bones, Llver Tone enllrely VCRO-!
it p were entertained by Miss Lillian with interest a clipping from a Pitts- Membership\ Committee: Misses duty and her boys. With the continued Calomel; crashes into sour bile like l ladle, tlicrefnro". )liarmlvRa and cnn notmilivate. "'"
Harris with a "taffy" pulling .Friday burg paper which says; "I'lnk roses, Lois Overstreet, Caileon Bryan, Jean doubts, as to what kind of service dynamite, breaking. / up That's when, Give( it to your' children" '
night at her home in Cape Breeze: asters, dahlias, ferns and palms decorated ettc I Prevail and Mattie Stanford and I we would see it was a""-proposition to you. feel that artful nuiiuoo. and. cram1r'nu. Milliutm/ of ]1"'<>|ilc are lining l)o.I''IILiI..t \'s
addition. In addition: to the homemade the home of Mr. and Mrs. (1.) :Murray Overstreet think what would be needed for our LiBtcn: to mct t If yon want to enjoy 'loue'listeal, of daiwiuiix l n I' ..1!
sweets, the hostess served I' K, Smith of I'jttsburg; Saturday'nightlfar ,,' The active members' of the society comfort, but the /greet; minded ladies the nicest,, gentlest{ liI'er.IUIII bowel 1'11YOllr' 'drlljJtJ.will) ( loll yo.i b,,at
fruit The' members 'present !soon solved the problem and arrangedthe cleansing, you vver. 'XM-rl| < n.t,1. just take tin oulu of (.;aluwc:1 i i. almort'atopredentlmly
punch. the wedding of. their daughter, who enolled. at the opening' meetingwere I' '
I were: Misses Mary Sinjflotary, Miss Dorothea Anna Smith and :Mr. ; Norma'Griffin, Carolyn Fripp, comfort bag, for which the nameis a sppoufiu of harmless UoUaim'u! Liver here

Muriel Prentis. Lois Overstreet.Dorolhy William A. Smith of :M!$haWaka, Ind. Porchie Pherlgo Blanche Davis, appropriate; and known in the -,'
I Wells, Gladys Ctflffjn, Jean- nnd of Kisl '-' ALAN J. MAC DONOUGII
C. I i) : ; !suitable!, name,..not automatic us the W. ARNOLD.
.' ttte Prevalt, their guardian, Mrs i'lII. Wahl, pastor of the Grace ,Luth- ; 'l Robert Oiesy i : Mattie .
", I II. Summers, Rev r, II. Summers, t-ian Churchpel'formed ((lie ceremonyin Stanford\ Ethel': Johnson, Helen Reed, housewife of the warm-blooded firen- .
) C II. Jr., and Christie 8( mnwr.1I the preKc'ncuof ,the two families Irene Heed and :Muriel iSentlKs': 1-1 'm.en of Kissimmee, but so syste.malic ARNOLD'&, MacDONpUGH i
On Saturday afternoon Miss Iioio- and many .fn'cnds, Nf'01.mbers( who', have already thnt .nothing heed be nddef'toaccomplish ( .
!r thy Wells was hostess for' th.e regular' The JiIUtr'-wan built" of ferns'{ palms, I I110'erland added their names! to the foil ami;: < the aims of the givers or ,. Contractors, Engineers, Architects
e meeting, at her home on Alahliettetrcet. pink baby ribbon j Lois Overstreet, Violet I Douglas, Alice) the necessities of the receivers. r '
*. The afternoon was spent in The 'bridiv! who' was given in mnr- : Patterson/ Elizabeth; edbettert'Jean' .The gentlemen were also quick to DARLINGTON. CITIZENS BANK BLDG. A
t. chatting and business routine and Hugo by her'.father' ,-WOI'O'II gown of 1 j fttc 1 Plevatt, Curleon Bryan think for the comfort of the boys and I .f
naiad i presented;; them with a Ford truck, _ ., ._ =
with / -
n.------
concluded courses 'n -
was a "'hite sutiii And pearls.: Her tulle Literary programs will be given! in, = :: =
.nerved with iced ton and chocolate I veil Was held about the coiffure/ with the auditorium every" two weeks which added to the comfort and necessities .; i t
wafers. Miss Muriel Pn-ntis will orange blossoms and nhe carried a I I throughout/ the term, the opening. program of the boys in several ways.The .' I :l
'ntcrtflin/ at the next meeting shower bouquet of white roses Hhow i. being: ranged for 'Monday afternoon I Victrola also J performs iM dutiesin :

erect with lilies nf the vjllnu'_... Ric, , (October 8th, when tjie) following t the,same way. .HOTEL FOR SALE ,. "
.. I KdmondSmith. ,, brother of the numbers wilT be rendered: .:'I manydinner/l, banquets acct ;
:, riwws44S: : d"w :"'ra4r: :}4 !
Paa4aa ":
dances were greatly enjoyed and appreciated . ..
Piano Solo
bride, served as best man. :Miss\ El- Miss Lois (Ov/jrstroct, '.,-f
+ : Rending Miss Pherigo. by all; in fact, the courtesies -
*" FOR MISS KATHERINE CARR ."> jlcnnann, cousin .of the bride, was Porchie .
Piano Solo Misses Helen shown are too numerous to nl1m"!!; r
bridesmaid. She "a of j and Irene '
4 a wore. !gown pink I however the of Kissimmee i t.
->-:-:--:--:-:-:.-: :.-:-:-:-:-: satin and silver lace and carried a Reed. have certainly people shown that they are f Nicely furnished 14-room Family Hotel l, conveniently -
of Dialogue Messrs. Walter I
bouquet pink roses The ribbon I Humorqus ?
bearers were Marguerite and Louise UHHS and Murray Overstreet. I proud of their boys and speaking for I .
number of the younger set were Hermann, cousins of the biide. Their' Reading, Miss Grace Gilbert. the Company, the !loss are more than located. ., with electric lights, hot
very pleasantly entertained Friday I with proud of their people and we hope
1 evening by Mrs. W.,. J. S. Carr, at her )dresses ace, were white 'organdie and ment Quartet Misses Mattie ukelele Stanford accompani, Norma to serve our country with honor and I and cold water, baths, ,and all modern con-
home on Clyde avenue, in honor of Griffin; integrity, and return'to our homes in 01
The followed I Grace Gilbert and Messrs.
her daughter, Miss Katherine The buffet ceremony luncheon was served by King's by a Walter Bass and Murray Overstreet perfect health, and to find. our frit-nil( veniendes, will be sold at a bargain., Established -
guests were/ amused by dancing andy caterer. I' and relatives the sama ;
games on the lawn. Punch and "SYRUP So strongly are the allies' united! by winter number turned
C.IVE OF FIGS"
large
Miss Smith? is a sister! ; of Mrs. Edger patronage;
(( 'cakes were served late in the evening.The { bonds of democracy and of identical ,
Douglas Katz and a student of TO CONSTIPATED! CIIlI.IJ'lidoUR >
occasion 'celebrated Miss Katharine's ; conceptions of and
music. She studied the liberty last For address
i' birthday, and she received a at I'lttsburg that we are trying to unite justil'e// away; season. particulars
conservatory of music. Also
attended ) "Fruit Laxative" can"t harm
number of from her : and duties
pretty presents pany perform our in a -
MissTcitzel's\ school for I.i'erand
'' friends. girls.A Tender little Stomach t

The invited guests included: Misses\ given number for the bride.of social Miss affairs Grace Elizabeth were Rowels' each itary other.manner and with kindess to I i P. 0. BOX 413 Kissimmee Fla.
,
Adah Louise Simpson, Norma Griffin; We most sincerely thank you. We ,
Grace Gilbert, Margaret, and Mattie Ward, of Sewickley Heights, announced Look at the tongue, mother! If i.had our second inoculation against 2.tt
1 the engagement of Miss coated, your little one's stomach, liver
Stanford, Clarabel McGhee, Carolyn Smith typhoid yesterday and some are Rick
Fripp, Eliabeth Ledbettcr, Alice Pat at a luncheon when covets and bowels need cleansing. at once. today, but all are well otherwise.
1
were laid for eighteen. Small blue When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't .
terson, Violet Bullock and Mary Tiller About half of .the Company has taken
f ; Messrs. Dick and -Ned Bullock, birds dropped from the dome an- deep; eat or a"t naturally, or is feverish 'advantage of the order just! issued

ri Frank and Edgar Bryan, Joe Sears I nounced Another the social engagement stomach sour, breath bad; has permitting 50 per cent of the men togo CABBAGE PLANTS' FOR SALEThree
courtesy shown the sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold,
Bryan and Jack Simpson RaymondBearden I to town Saturdays and Sundays. ,
} M William Arnold, pert Wells bride was a musical given by Mrs. give a teaspoonful of "CaliforniaI and have gone to town.
and Basil Hamilton Jacob Hermann. i j Syrup of Figs" and in a few hours all. I The '
recruits under instruction of hundred thousand Cabbage plants
the large healthy ,
Among out-of-town guests attending 'the foul, constipated waste, 'undigested ,
I Reagan and Sumner are learning
NOTICE the wedding was Mrs. L. C. food and sour bile gently moves idly and C. C. under instruction rap. Early Wakefield for
Dempsey,
Smith of Kissimmee, mother. of the out of its little bowels without grip . variety, now ready transplanting. Vsfe
of McGowan
and McLean is
getting
tr The' Kissimmee Woman's Club will groom: ing, and'you have a well, playful child I on to the job of Company clerk $1.50"per thousand, F. O. B. Kissimmee. Shipments made
jn hold its annual business pieeting and ) again. Ask your druggist; for a 00- Those whose arms will permit are I Iwritinlt'
election of officers at the Hart Memorial THRILLS IN SERIAL I cent bottle of "California Syrup of letters home today. I every Friday. Address P. 0; Box 454, or call at
Figs! "which contains full directions
Building, Tuesday afternoon i
One of the thrills in the fifth episode for babies, children of all and Company B was represented at I IoMirch
October 9th, at 3:30. j ages t
held at the Y. M. C. A. this
of Puthe's ]
matters A large of attendance importance is have urged as ble Cross" serial"Mystery, to be shown of the at Dou the j for grown-ups. morning/ I Waters & Carson Grocery Co. 41.It,
accumu We again thank .
Casino theater Saturday is the MRS. SEARS VISITS you.CAMi'
i lated during the summer vacation and scene CHURCH
in -
Should be disposed of. which Peter Hale, haying been TO SEE MEMORIAL WINDOWMrs.
wounded is WHEELER, Macon, Ga.,
r Mrs. Jaraes; M. Willson, Jr., Presi table placed on the"operating Oct. 2.-We can only wonder how

dent. ttontly, the villian,. plans to cut the Mary Sears, whose critical illness the weather is in Kissimmee. We
is electric light called her son, lion. W. J. Sears, have had quite a lot of rain'of late.
_J r "TRANSGRESSION" ;?SHOW?-i : \1' meat wires at a critical his moSOlHl home4, rom};Washington ,recently!hassolfarfcrocovered .'L'.Company;'.B i went,on i< guard i Friday1 + : xt'rr tl' > '
i rTHEJGRAND' TONIGHT deapit heJattempts jof h design, 'a OlbelWhet'led{ j I nigh.I tl rained and.itormedalnighC

", '. '\, '\' \'j(",g--"Ii, . ; lour Ma ked tranger to' myater pr0vent herj!: liairltnSarK'nfflthcfliiewjIiaptlihur bu :jegar'dlex ofCffin j w_ walked "iilsfildi Y According
,The pressure that crooked! pout hint <' <'hSjhoniOoBfwalkWIlirongliTlt; ho "UtrPOlltS nil anner f I IY

clans;somelimes bring toVbearJon']the Th suapenge u ever ?ea LuildingfwithlherMpaiitor* 'hwa You knQvv the ole inJ.: h ekes ,
,' office'' of'district"attorneyvin'1'ouri'bitr, p to taken"to I ievr'theTbeautifurmeniorialwindow hourt7arjusttbefure la h't" Your Purse '

rj + cities is. powerfully portrayed inv in the auditorium which was the way We found It, ,

) ,; "Transgression," the Greater Vita ., ACID \STOMACHS; t placed there in honor of her husband Sergeant Kortenbcij" ergs sergeant .
graph Blue Ribhon production I the late Dr. Sears, who was instru-! of the guard. (" 'irporuls Fennell I I
r appearing in the .Casino Theater now I GASES OR 1IHGES110XI : l mental in organizing the lirst Baptist Thomas and Ashton weir in /-hargH If you can afford to wear high-priced shoes, by all

tonight I I church'in Kinsimmee. Dr :M. .1. I licks' of the "(.1 Ids. With seven "posts to''
Th *prosecutor in question is over I "Pane's, I)ia'pepsin'' diu"t-; who was an intimate fl il nil of the guard Company H made u good guard means wear them, but--- ._
{ it night confronted with the apparent I :i.ooigrain'/ food ending all i| S'JIfllmi ily! ua also present' on this .We were relieved) I In, ( 'onmitny I of ;t, Yt

alternative of dismissing! his cuse) j i Monuuh, misery in five i; occaiion.: I Key West.The :;, Do Shoes
buy
not or
against the, leader of. a political f' |I company reteivi-d another I anything
minutes. j j Dr.. S. V. Ramsey, .U. inoculation and. ".
s gang, the climax of his work a!* I I( \Vteiinnry i Saturday suie nursedsore '
t district attorney, or seeing his life Inspector liimiui of Animal Indus Aims that night\ (: and on else extravangantly. .
long friend, the mayor, go to prison i Time listless it! In five minutes nil stomach !I tiT, Jacksonville/ appeared( Jicfoie the vaccinations of t the :J2n! l sunday'l/ ) 1!

'as accessory to a murder and, blast will go. No indigestion lioaid wail requested that an appropriation ) I nmg to pain us quite\ a, bit but WPI '
forever the hapiness of his daughter, : heartburn. acid,, sourness irritation. or belching ofgas 1 be made. for building Tuttle I I judge it tukes this to make u good We have many styles; of Shoes in this store ranging in : "i
or of '
who undigested dipping vats in Osceola He I soldier., Think of t.hl' '
is engaged/ to the mayoi.) county I ( future We from *2,50 $8.00. '
food no dizziness '' price to : "
,
blottting foul
,
stated thins
The district attorney's answer is breath only twenty-two vats have learned to take things easy. ; t IY' I
i for the crook to do his work while he or headache. i i i were now in operation in the county Corporal Ashton in in charge ofquarters
dees his duty. What happens is Pape's Diupepsin is noted for its'I and that fifty should be in operation.I I with Prtvnl" Smith; as room of '
in Plenty moderately priced good
speed ,, .
regulating .
upset stomachs. lie .
i told in "Transgression," in which\ pointed out the importance of this I orderly,.
i' i' Earl Williams and Corinne Griffith, It is the in the surest whole quickest stomach (I work in a.\ cattle county like Osceola We drilled! i some IIIl4.50, $5.00 and $6.00. .'
are f atured. remedy world and J besides (county, and'its'relation' to the cattle hardest work was!! dodging\ details: for
a-
it is harmless Put an end -j industry at large. The Board, however up to.the present time we have got 4-

R. E. McLaughlin of Fort Drum, ]large stomach trouble, forever by getting a I took a different view of the mat- our share of details!! Plenty :at: $7.00: and &8.00. For those who can afford r '
1" was circulating-, his Kissim- fifty-cent case of PupeV !Uia- ter and turned down the request The Company was sized last 'week, :
mee friends and among looking after business pepsin in from any drug store Ypu,.real- r and boys assigned to their squads according :- .:: them, we have Shoes at $10.00. E \
matters here this week. Bob ize five minutes how needless it is A I letter from the 1"I..rda; Automo- to height. These squads bear
recently to suffer
obtained a franchise to install from indigestion, dyspepsia rile .\-i.<.' alion was re.i-i asking) that such names as the Big Squad, Awk- '
' f a telephone system at Okeechobee. ) or quickest any stomach disorder is the all corneis. on the main loads of the ward Squad, Good Looking Squad, : Buy according to your purse--- ....
I i surest and most harmless county be posted by the rommis- and the
City |I stomach doctor in the Ginney Squad Rookey Squid. Don't stinge and waste.
world. I nioni 'e.IL .'
.. Corporal Fennell is in charge of
- -- - the first squad, Corporal Tiller second x

-- Corporal Thomas third Corporal We have a large stock of the latest styles 1h the celebrated : .
: : Graves fourth, Corporal Smith fifth. a

._ The new recruits are getting along I Qu.*n Qua/ity Shoes-for women---- -. -----f;
fine Garfield-Reagan and Robert '. ;
Sumner are drilling them. They will

soon be drilling/ with'the Company.We .,,
'. "' receive the Gazette on Sunday H. C. STANFORD CO."Old \
We and the boys do a piece of getting ,
Do Not Profess around to get a cop'y.' It is a most "'.

welcome visitor in camp. Rfliablu Sho Dee!*,. of Oicmola County"
n w We are liking our camp much better -
I. I than we thought we would at first ',
and also like Macon better, but it is 0 M-fr M8"C >4 fr4<> <"a

not BO good to us as Kissy. Half of .
the Company can go in to Macon at .

but only a few of the boys are
10 finance business enterprises, bul we do and we will extend money wiling to' take advantage of the opportunity
-three or four in the city PLUMBING SHOPS
accommodations to any merchant or business house to the fullest ex- tonight. Bill Coon is most popular
now-made a hit with the Y. M. C. A.
? a lent that their responsibility may warrant and their necessities'require. men. They all have time to spend a FOR SALE. ;
a few minutes with Bill Coon. The rab-

.. bit is still with us. We can't get him
;' s .We invite inquiries for loans 'on approved collateral whether or' out of the mess hall. We haven't seen effer'j'j
Ff the goat in several days, but. he is On account of other interests I am :
tl not you are now a .depositor here.CITIZENS. somewhere in the regiment. 'J,

.... p, S.-Excuse-CORRESPONDENT.Wm. more arm. ing my Plumbing Shops and Fixtures for ttrJ 1

'l.. ", . ... sale at a bargain. Only exdusive plumbing -
1""" ' .4. ,.. Goodrich returned home Monday r
= I from Lake City, Minn., where shop in Kissimmee, and is a good
\ he spent the summer While away .
.A.tSS''.OUc' Mr. Goddrich visited relatives in proposition for any one desiring an
: BANK other sections of the north and found
established business. .l
r. things in a flourishing condition
.' > .' wherever he went. lie found the
.' : OF KISSIMMEE people in that section, eager to learn
'. about Florida and thinks we will havea R. L. STARLING Kissimmee Fla. '! S
t '% << large influx of visitors and home. ,
: seeker this winter. \rfj.) t'1iy.

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